Guns N’ Roses have released a 30-second video confirming there are more live dates in the pipeline in 2017.
Since Axl Rose, Duff McKagan and Slash buried the hatchet earlier this year, the reunited rock icons have played extensive dates across North and South America.
The band have confirmed Not In This Lifetime tour dates in Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Thailand and Dubai for early 2017, however their itinerary hasn’t included the UK and Europe as of yet.
Fortunately, it’s widely expected that an announcement is coming soon and the YouTube clip uploaded on Saturday has tantalised fans further.
Titled #GnFnR 2017 ... The Machine Is Back At It, the short video is soundtracked by the Appetite For Destructon classic Mr Brownstone. Have a look at it here:
The Not In This Lifetime tour has so far proved highly lucrative for Guns N’ Roses. In September it was revealed that Guns N’ Roses raked in a phenomenal $116.8million (£88million) on their North American summer tour alone.
The trio of ‘classic’ Guns N’ Roses members played a total of 21 stadiums across nine weeks between 23rd June and 22nd August. The shows were seen by a total of 1,048,617 people out of a capacity of 1,108,307 tickets.
These figures don’t factor in their dates at Coachella Festival or their lengthy run of South American dates.