Guns N ‘Roses, the renowned American band with more than 30 years of history and more than 150 million albums sold, has released last Friday the studio version of “Absurd”. The song was featured in a live show this week and has become the first unreleased material to be released in 13 years.
The theme was written in 2001 and was born under the title of Silkworms during the preparation of his sixth studio album, Chinese democracy (2008), which at the moment is the last album with its own and new cuts offered by the band.
“Absurd ”, which can already be heard on digital platformsIt’s a hard-hitting rock piece with blazing riffs. The characteristic highs in the voice of Axl rose next to the guitar of Slash and the bass Duff mckagan They still offer emotion for their most loyal fans, who have not been waiting to give their opinions on this new song, which also has a video clip full of darkness and energy.
The song was first presented during a performance in Boston, which is part of its long-overdue – and finally resumed – North American stadium tour, which started on July 31 in the city of Pennsylvania before 30,000 spectators who gathered to listen once again to the band of yesteryear.
Recently, the band Guns N ‘Roses announced that it had been forced to postpone its long-awaited European tour until the summer of 2022. This was determined by the sanitary conditions in the framework of coronavirus infections.
“Unfortunately, we have to appeal to their (fans’) patience once again.”, said the group in a statement in which they reported that the tour would return on June 4, 2022 in Lisbon and would continue in Seville on the 7th of the same month in the Benito Villamarín Stadium.
It was in 2016 when the founding members Axl Rose, Duff McKagan and Slash reunited after 23 years apart in the Not in this Lifetime tour, reaping unprecedented box office success. In fact, with more than 563 million dollars (510 million euros), it is ranked third among the highest grossing companies in history.
With information from EFE.
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