It’s been about 5 years since Axl Rose has granted an interview (and over a decade since his last televised interview). He broke his streak over the weekend by speaking [...]
by Dish Staff In an interview about his new book, A Mess of Help: From the Crucified Soul of Rock’n’Roll, David Zahl notices that many of the artists he profiles – who range from ABBA to Morrissey to Axl Rose – “point to some sense of strength being found in weakness, of inspiration being bound […]
Apparently, the Guns N' Roses front man is alive and well despite the hoax perpetuated about his passing.
Celebrity death hoax: Singer Axl Rose was found dead in his West Hollywood home.
Guns N’ Roses front man Axl Rose is not dead. A fake story on a website created to look like MSNBC titled MSNBC Report posted a story on the death of Guns N’ Roses front man Axl Rose. The story spread quickly leaving hundreds of thousands of fans looking for answers, reports Blabbermouth. Show More Summary
Axl Rose is not dead, despite internet reports to the contrary — but that should come as no surprise to fans who by now have surely grown tired of the seemingly endless stream of online hoaxes falsely reporting the death of just about every major celebrity, and plenty of minor celebs as well. Show More Summary
Guns N' Roses frontman of Internet death hoax.
It appears we have the world's first hoax serial killer on our hands. Only weeks after Judd Nelson was reported dead by a fake Fox News website, a fake MSNBC site is now reporting that Axl Rose was found dead in his home at the age of 52.
If you're looking to kill 15 minutes or avoid your family during this holiday weekend, here's Axl Rose, showing the world why his fall from grace has been so hard. [ more › ]
Whenever the subject of Axl Rose comes up, I tend to mention the ridiculously good profile that John Jeremiah Sullivan wrote for GQ back in 2006. “The Final Comeback of Axl Rose” is not really disparaging, it’s just a perfect summation of Rose’s legendary reputation for any person born too late to really care. Now, [...]
Guns N’ Roses guitarist DJ Ashba has revealed that the legendary rock band has two new albums already recorded and ready to be released in the near future. Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose stated in a past interview that the band wasShow More Summary
The original title of this graphic is The Vocal Ranges of the World’s Greatest Singers. If you are confused as to why Axl Rose is on top of the chart over voices like Freddie Mercury or why the hell Lana del Rey and Lady Gaga are in this list, don’t worry, it all has an explanation. More »
Slash, whose birth name is Saul Hudson, opened up recently in an interview with the Ottawa Citizen where he spoke about the likelihood, or more to the point non-likelihood of a Guns N’ Roses reunion at some point in the future. Sadly, according to Slash no such reunion is on the cards right now, thus
What was the best hair-metal band of the ’80s? Guns N’ Roses is the obvious answer, and Axl Rose did have some impressively big hair in the “Welcome To The Jungle” video, but that band (smartly) distanced themselves from their Sunset Strip peers as quickly as they possibly could, effectively and consciously transcending the genre [...]
DuringtheirSaturdaynightshowinLosAngeles,ArcadeFiretreatedthecrowdtoaspecialBeverlyHillsCopthemeintroto“NormalPerson”withWinButlernotingthatthesongistitled“FAxel”anditwas,“actuallywrittenaboutAxlRose.Peopledon’trealizethat.”Thesongisactuallyentitled“AxelF”...Show More Summary
Nadia Luongo is a highly talented food artist whose work we've featuredpreviously. She can create convincing portraits of people using common kitchen ingredients. For this recent work, she departed from food for flowers. Here she shows the soft, romantic side to the gruff Axl Rose, the front man for the hard rock band Guns N' Roses.
Axl Rose has confirmed that there are two new albums set to be released this year by the band currently calling themselves Guns N’ Roses.
And a remix album, too.
I’m on record here and probably elsewhere as being a fan of Chinese Democracy — the legendarily bloated, forever-delayed, joke-butt of an album released in 2008 by Axl Rose and a bunch of random musicians contracted to play under the name “Guns N’ Roses.” Look, it’s a good record! The production is embarrassingly dated (and [...]