Guns' N Roses submits its old logo and passes a clip before Star Wars: is it a sign of reformation?


31 Dec 2015

Guns' N Roses submits its old logo and passes a clip before Star Wars: is it a sign of reformation?

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This article was originaly reported by EOnline.


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Attention fans of Guns N 'Roses rock band of the 90s, long separated, may make a comeback.

The group posted several intriguing news lately and former band logo (silver revolvers and red roses in the cover of the album Appetite for Destruction) appears on the last updated .

The group also updated with a picture not so subtle than that of a crowd during a concert.

Images from the same concert were projected during certain screenings of Star Wars: The Rise of the Force, images that would have shown a cheering crowd while passing one of the most famous tubes of the group, "Welcome to the Jungle"

This possible reformation follows the recent reconciliation of the two main protagonists of Guns N 'Roses: Axl Rose singer and guitarist Slash, who left the group in 1996 following a mega-hyped argument.

The group has not yet announced its reformation officially.

In July, guitarist Richard Fortus has said the group had arranged a bunch of titles and told the magazine VrdamMnis they had enough songs to release "a new album as soon as possible."

But not so fast, the groupies.

Secrets apart, if that mysterious series of specials is to be taken literally, we can expect very soon an official announcement.

To date, Guns N 'Roses has sold over 100 million albums worldwide.

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