A mysterious billboard in London seemingly teasing the Appetite For Destruction era lineup of Guns N' Roses has led to speculation of a 30th anniversary tour.
First spotted in London's Camden area, the billboard depicts all five original Guns N' Roses members featured on the cover of their seminal 1987 debut Appetite For Destruction, and provides a link to the website gnr.fm. When clicked on, the website flashes a message stating 'Destruction is Coming,' as well as providing links to the band's social media pages.
What the hell? What is happening? New billboard in Camden, could this mean an original linup tour for guns n’ roses? Let’s hope so! Would be seriously EPIC! #appetitefordestruction #GNR #GunsNRoses #Slash #AxlRose #StevenAdler #DuffMcKagan #IzzyStradlin #MakeThisHappen #SuperEpic pic.twitter.com/45WREkVMOM
— Tom Moeyaert (@slashtom1) April 29, 2018
Although Guns N' Roses partially reunited in 2016, with bassist Duff McKagan and estranged guitar hero Slash breaking the ice with singer Axl Rose for the Not In This Lifetime Tour, a full-blown reunion would surely be one of rock's most anticipated tours - the gang haven't been together in full since touring for Use Your Illusion back in 1991. While there's a fair chance the billboard could simply be advertising a reissue of the classic album, we can only ever dream to see Appetite For Destruction live in the flesh. Stay tuned for more news.
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