A mysterious billboard featuring all five members of the ‘Appetite for Destruction’-era line-up of Guns N' Roses has appeared in London.
Fans have taken to social media to share images of the poster in Camden, which features the skeletal incarnations of Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and Steven Adler with the website www.gnr.fm emblazoned underneath.
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
The website features the words ‘Destruction Is Coming’ and the hashtag ‘#AppetiteForDestruction’.
It’s almost certain that the announcement points towards a reissue of Guns N’ Roses’ seminal tour-de-force ‘Appetite for Destruction’, which celebrated its 30th birthday last year.
However, this hasn’t stopped highly optimistic Guns N’ Roses fans from speculating that it’s teasing live ‘Appetite For Destruction’ shows featuring all five ‘classic’ band members.
Guns N' Roses in 1987 © REX/Shutterstock
The current leg of the record-obliterating Not In This Lifetime… Tour features a headline slot at Download Festival on Saturday 9th June and concludes with the biggest show ever held in Iceland at Laugardalsvöllur Stadium on 24th July.
Meanwhile, former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler is celebrating ‘Appetite For Destruction’ by performing the record in its unadulterated entirety plus other GN’R classics with his new covers band Adler’s Appetite.
Fronted by Constantine Maroulis, who came sixth on American Idol in 2005 and later starred in the Broadway production of Rock of Ages, the band will make their live debut at Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California on Thursday 10th May before embarking on a 10-date Australian tour.