Prosecutors say California man "used to love her," but "had to kill her."
Donald Trump is right: Crime has gotten worse recently. From 2014 to 2015, as the U.S. population increased by less than 1%, the National Center for Health Statistics found that gun deaths rose by 7%, and homicides rose 8%. The FBI likewise reported a 4% jump in violent crime, including a 10% increase...
A new trailer AND poster for the upcoming horror action film Resident Evil: The Final Chapter have come online and the trailer reveals three things: 1) they still love Guns N Roses, 2) it’s set in a wasteland where everything can explode and, 3) it reveals how Alice will try to end Umbrella’s global infection […]
Two albums, one choice. Nirvana’s Nevermind or Appetite For Destruction by Guns N’ Roses. Which classic album has stood the test of time and keeps on rocking long after the last headbanger has collapsed in a pool of cheap cider? Albums that define a decade and galvanize a generation don’t come along all that often,... Show More Summary
As the sun set last Saturday, the man who put the Guns in Guns N' Roses took the stage at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, where dozens of his Sunset Strip peers congregated for the inaugural Hair Nation Festival. With the venue due to close next month, it would have been natural for...
On the TFT Podcast we listen to and discuss Guns N’ Roses 1991 double-release, Use Your Illusion I & II. Episode 228: “I’ll Just Take the Cassette Single of ‘November Rain’, Thanks.” originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
25 years after the release of Guns ‘n’ Roses’ “Use Your Illusion,” discover Slash’s superpowers that were hiding in plain sight. The Supernatural Slash originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Axl Rose and Guns N' Roses are raking in the dough these days, but Axl's way behind on paying the loyal engineer who stuck with the band in the lean years... according to a lawsuit the guy just filed. Axl cried poverty back in 2011 -- long before…
Remember how we all mocked the audacity of Guns N’ Roses to reunite and attempt a “Not In This Lifetime Tour?” Well, welcome to the jungle … we’re all gonna die. Well, not really die, but we felt dead inside upon reading that GNR grossed $116.8 million on the North American swing of their tour, …
Billboard published a list of the most profitable tours of America for the summer season 2016. It was led by the band Guns N ‘Roses with their tour under the name ‘Not In This Lifetime’, which was attended by three members of the original line-up. The band managed to earn almost $117 million in the […] The post Guns N ‘Roses reunion earned $117 million appeared first on MuzWave.
Rock's biggest legacy act doesn't have to take over the world. At this point, they could just buy it.
The two men seem to disagree as to why Stradlin is not part of the current Guns N' Roses lineup.
Axl Rose and Duff McKagan sat down with the Brazilian TV program Fantástico to discuss the Guns N’ Roses reunion head of their South American tour dates. During the interview, Rose commented on why Izzy Stradlin wasn’t included in the reunited lineup. Here’s what he had to say: I don’t really know what to say […]
GNR guitarist calls Axl Rose's previous explanation "bullshit."
“Shed a tear ’cause I’m missin’ you,” growls a husky-voiced Axl Rose on this late-80s Guns N’ Roses single. “All we need is just a little patience.” The subject of this song is, presumably, a quarrelsome relationship but also works today as ballad about the biggest break-up between investors and active stock-pickers. A mountain of outflows has away from active managers […]
Five Things We Learned From Guns N' Roses' First TV Interview Since Reuniting
Axl and Duff discuss the impetuous for their comeback, the omission of Izzy, and new music.
It’s an interesting mental exercise: can you take Guns N’ Roses’ sprawling, goofy, indulgent conjoined twin records, Use Your Illusion, and reshape them into a single, cohesive album that would stand alone as the undisputed 2nd best thing GNR ever...