Guns N’ Roses Are Teasing Something Big For 30th Anniversary Of ‘Appetite For Destruction’
Written by Zanda Wilson on 24th July, 2017
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Guns N’ Roses‘ debut album Appetite for Destruction was recorded in 1987, and as such its about to turn a whopping 30 years old.
It looks like the band will be keeping up the momentum from their ‘Not In This Lifetime’ world tour this year and could be set to celebrate the birthday of their seminal debut record with a bang.
A keen eyed fan spotted a bunch of Guns N’ Roses posters with the hashtag “Appetite30th” printed on it around the Apollo Theatre in New York, and posted pics of the posters on Twitter.
The posters could be a sign that they’ll be re-releasing music for the anniversary celebration, but is more likely a signal that Guns N’ Roses could be playing one or more shows at the Apollo to mark the celebration.
While there’s been no official announcement from the band yet, it looks like just about a dead cert that a performance of some description will go down at the classic venue, it’ll just be a matter of waiting to find out what form it will take.
Check out the posters below.
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