Guns N Roses Feature Bicycle on New Album Cover
Rock band Guns N’ Roses has released its first studio album since 1993. Times have changed and so has the band, not to mention their image. Axl Rose traded his flowing locks for a garish braided hair-do, and the macabre imagery of Appetite for Destruction has been replaced by…a bicycle?
Keen to sell as many copies as possible (to recover the reported $11 million recording budget) the band is cracking down on illegal distribution. Blogger Kevin Cogill was arrested for violating federal copyright laws after leaking songs from the new album. Your local FM radio station probably has an on-demand audio sample of the title track available on their website. If you’re only marginally curious, I’ll save you the trouble and say, “It ain’t no Welcome to the Jungle.”