Guns N’ Roses ‘Negotiating’ To Release New Album
With a new management team in place, Guns N’ Roses is “in negotiations” for the release of its decade-in-the-making album “Chinese Democracy,” according to a post on the band’s Web site.
The message did not elaborate on what the discussions concern, or offer an approximate release date for “Chinese Democracy,” which was last on Interscope’s release schedule in March 2007.
In other GNR news, guitarist Robin Finck has left the Axl Rose-led band to return to Nine Inch Nails, and will tour with the latter act this summer.
“Robin’s plans caught everyone in Guns, as well as our fans, a bit off-guard,” the band says. “Neither we nor management, etc., know any more in this regard and we prefer not to speculate or offer opinions at this time.”
“When we begin to put tour plans together, we’ll see where things are,” the post continues. “Until then, Robin’s touring with NIN and we’re working with management on our game plans.”