Good news for Guns ‘N Roses fans who can get enough of this historic mega-band who first broke into the rock scene back in 1993. Amid reports of a hopeful reunion with all the original members, the band has once again joined together (sort of) for a series of live concerts that kicked-off in Las Vegas this year. Though faithful hard-core fans quickly noticed two of the members from the original line-up were missing, the current members including frontman Axl Rose, lead guitarist Slash, and bassist Duff McKagan appeared onstage to kick things off among a crowd treated to a very glitzy Las Vegas inspired show.
Despite the missing faces which made Guns ‘N Roses famous, the chance for hungry fans to indulge their ‘Appetite for Destruction’ is clear enough. This also coincides oddly with the latest marketing strategy also saw the new release of a Net Entertainment slot machine which has already attracted new fans of this memorable power metal band of the early 1990’s. Whether the two ventures are connected is purely speculation, NetEnt seems to be comfortable combining a trio of “Hall of Fame” slot themes which are dubbed the “NetEnt Rocks Tour” which include other well-known musicians such as Jimmy Hendrix and heavy metal band Motorhead.
As rumors of this latest incarnation for the Guns ‘N Roses reunion are quickly fading, the latest news concerning siren-singer Axl Rose is already making waves for some. Much to the credit of Axl Rose’s singing career, it seems he has taken-up the offer to replace AC/DC lead singer “Brian Johnson”, who had decided to step-down from his metal throne due to impending hearing loss dangers. It is unclear if Axl Rose will stay with the band through 2016 (as Axl has signed for the remaining 2016 tour dates), moreover the mash-up of mega-band members is exciting some- yet angering others altogether.