Axl Rose has a stack of demos for the band to work on once they finish their residency in Las Vegas. But will we have to wait years to hear the result?
Posted on Oct 10, 2012 02:27 pm
Guns N' Roses are preparing to start recording their next album after their 12-night residency in Las Vegas.
Guitarist DJ Ashba told Rolling Stone how Axl Rose already has plenty of demos to kickstart their studio sessions:
"This is the first time we're all going to be in the same place for a month solid. That will be our main focus," he said.
"I think we're going to get a lot done. It's just a matter of sitting down and working together as a band, putting together what we feel is gonna be the best Guns record.
"Axl's put together such a talented group of musicians, and there are so many songs that are already worked out. We've got a good jump on it, for sure and I can't wait."
The band plan to make every night of their Las Vegas residency unique, which will run between October 31 and November 24.
"We're playing three shows a week and our main goal is to make every show unique," said Ashba. "We realise there are going to people flying from all over the world to maybe one, two, three shows. We so take into consideration there are local people that may show up to every single show. It's so spontaneous live we've never followed a set list.
Are you excited about hearing a new Gn'R album? Place your bets on how long the recording will take in the comments.