Guns N’ Roses Planning Something for 2019?

Guns N’ Roses Won’t Be Fully Dormant in 2019?

According to Alternative Nation 

While Slash has big plans with the Conspirators in 2019 following the release of Living the Dream on September 21st, according to a MyGNRForum.com insider who has broken news in the past, GNR will not remain completely dormant in 2019 like some have speculated.

downzy posted, “I’ve heard there’s a lot of activity below the surface. I don’t expect Guns to be done anytime soon, even if there’s periods where the public doesn’t seem much happening.”

Slash told Blabbermouth last week, “We’re going to do the U.S. this fall, and then I’ll be out with Guns N’ Roses in in November and December,” Slash says. “Then we’ll get together and do Europe, and after that it’ll be South America, Australia… we’ll try to hit as many places as we can. Because as much as I enjoy the writing and recording process, when I’m creating music it’s always with the intent that it should be played in front of an audience. For me, that’s always the endgame — to get out there with the band and perform the music live. That’s what I love the most.”

Axl Rose is rumored to be recording a new album with AC/DC as his next project following a successful 2016 tour with the band.

Shinedown Frontman Talks Appetite for Destruction

Holland’s FaceCulture recently conducted an interview with SHINEDOWN frontman Brent Smith. You can watch the entire chat in two parts below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET).

On his early musical upbringing:

Brent: “The thing was for me, when I was 10 years old, I kind of figured out exactly what I wanted to do. I feel very fortunate. I didn’t really search to ask myself what I wanted to do for a living or how I saw my life. I kind of noticed that at 10 years old, I could write down what I thought and I could put it in song form. Then, right about the time I was approaching probably 14, 15 years old, that’s when I really started to notice that maybe I want to sing. I kind of think back to that era, too, because that had a lot of really, really great teachers who taught me how to sing with these albums. I remember being 14 years old, my parents would go out, they would always go out on Friday nights because that was their date night and the garage in the house we lived in, had a really good reverb. I remember singing ‘Appetite For Destruction’ from GUNS N’ ROSES back to back.

I would do it and do it until I could hit every note. There were a lot of key moments. But I’ve got to give some credit to my father. Because when I was 15, my dad gave me a tape, an anthology tape of a guy named Otis Redding. That opened up this completely different door because Otis Redding got me to Nina Simone and Nina Simone got me into Ella Fitzgerald, which got me to Billie Holiday, which got me to Marvin Gaye, which got me to Sam Cooke, which got me to Percy Sledge. This whole world of R&B and Motownkind of opened up and I went backward a little bit from that. I found out about this band from Birmingham named BLACK SABBATH, then I kind of figured out about LED ZEPPELIN. I was 24 years old before I ever listened to a BEATLES record. The first BEATLES record I ever listened to front to back was ‘The White Album’. I was 24 before I heard it.”

1 Comment

  1. Jamie Cashen

    Yeah they are going to release their long awaited monsterous double album titled Guns N Roses the return of the suffering bastards

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