Posts Tagged ‘Guns ‘N’ Roses’

NEWS: Guns N’ Roses named final headliner for Download Festival 2018!

Wow! What a hell of a week it’s been for Download Festival announcements, confirming their full weekend of main stage headliners across the space of five days with the culmination of naming rock legends Guns N’ Roses as Saturday night’s headline act for 2018.

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Why did your favourite band pick up a guitar and start playing? Who moulded them into the band they are today? Who do they look up to now? We’re setting out to answer these questions by talking to musicians about who inspires what they do and what goes into their music

Exeter newcomers Witterquick are so fresh to the scene, that they’ll be releasing their first ever EP ‘Beneath The Spinning Lights’ soon – and if you like Mallory Knox and Young Guns then you’ll need to pick it up on June 17th. We caught up with alternative rockers to talk about the albums that inspired them to start a band and release music.

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NEWS: Axl Rose breaks foot at first show of Guns N’ Roses original line-up reunion!

After just the first date of their long thought to be a mere fantasy reunion, Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose has broken his foot. The band’s first show with their almost full original line-up, seeing the long sought for return of other founding members Slash and Duff McKagan, took place at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California on April 1st 2016.

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INTERVIEW: Monster Truck (23/02/2016)

Blues rock is having a surge in popularity at the moment – but throw in the tones of stoner sludge and you’re on to a serious winner. Canadian ruckus Monster Truck are ready to use the experience they’ve gained from touring with ZZ Top and Guns N’ Roses to make an impact on the UK, and certainly did when they drove an actual monster truck through London earlier this month.

We managed to speak to guitarist Jeremy Widerman about brand new album ‘Sittin’ Heavy’ and what it’s like to play with the biggest rock bands of the last 50 years.

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NEWS: Reunited Guns N’ Roses confirmed to play Coachella Festival 2016!

After weeks of much hearsay and rumour, it has now been officially confirmed that a reunited Guns ‘n’ Roses will appear at this year’s Coachella Festival:

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NEWS: Guns N’ Roses original line-up to reportedly reunite for Coachella 2016!

Despite having one of the most sporadic, dysfunctional and sour relationships in the history of rock ‘n’ roll, it has been reported from multiple sources that the original line-up of Los Angeles rock legends Guns N’ Roses will reform and share the stage to headline next year’s Coachella festival in Indio, California.

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AUDIO: Tim McIlrath (Rise Against) – Civil War (Guns ‘N’ Roses cover)

Rise Against frontman Tim McIlrath has just dropped a cover of Guns ‘N’ Roses classic ‘Civil War’, which will feature on the A-F Records protest song compilaiton, ‘This Concerns Everyone’. You can stream it below:

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NEWS: The Xcerts to support Guns ‘N’ Roses on selected UK tour dates!

Scottish alternative rock trio The Xcerts have been confirmed to support legendary outfit Guns ‘N Roses on three of their upcoming UK tour dates. They’ll be opening up before already confirmed tour support Thin Lizzy on the following three dates:

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NEWS: Thin Lizzy confirmed to support Guns ‘N’ Roses on May UK tour!

Thin Lizzy have just been confirmed as support to Guns ‘N’ Roses during the UK leg of their upcoming tour, which takes place in May/June. All UK dates of the tour are as follows:

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SPOTIFY: Reading/Leeds Festival 2010 playlist!

Did everyone who went to Reading and Leeds festival this year have a good time? We’re sure being back at home may be more comfy and warm but not as fun as your weekend just was, but it’s not all bad. We’ve made a playlist for all of you to relive your experience, shoving all the best artists into one chain of 37 tracks of bands and acts who played across the festival weekend. Of course not every single band that played over the weekend is on the playlist, that’d be silly and some of them were a bit rubbish. We just shoved on those that we cover on the site and think you’d appreciate the most.

If you’re a Spotify user check it out and let us know what you think of it:
Reading/Leeds Festival 2010 playlist

Festival goers enjoy, and those who didn’t go just shove this on really loud and pretend you were there. Maybe bring some mud and grass in from outside, pitch a tent in your living room, wear some wellies and drink and dance lots!

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