Appetite for Distortion podcast host Brando has shared a quote from former Guns N’ Roses manager Doug Goldstein regarding a ‘leaked’ new album tracklist with a release date of November 25, 2020. The tracklist and release date have been largely scrutinized by fans, with the date being all but guaranteed as false.
Brando tweeted, “Ex-GNR manager, Doug Goldstein sent me the following quotes on this ‘leaked’ document concerning a new Guns N’ Roses album…Doug: No way Universal would release with NO marketing.”
“Me: So you’re confident it’s fake?
Doug: Not necessarily.. I honestly believe it probably had merit along time ago.. put it this way.. I saw a couple hundred just like this during Chinese! Calendar dates are constantly being pushed.. ‘Particularly with GNR’!!”
A fan named Declan responded, “THIS IS FAKE!!! PLEASE STOP GIVING IT ATTENTION!!!”
AFD responded, “Doug wanted to see what Alan [Niven] was talking about with ‘new’ GNR music that some outlets covered recently. I showed him the document, saying it’s fake. I quoted his interesting response.”
Guns N’ Roses have announced a November 2021 Australian stadium tour. The band advertised the tour with a ‘Stadium Rock Is Back!’ graphic featuring the Appetite for Destruction logo, featuring former member Steven Adler and Izzy Stradlin, who will not be performing on the tour.
Nov. 06 – Metricon Stadium – Gold Coast, Australia
Nov. 09 – Adelaide Oval – Adelaide, Australia
Nov. 11 – Melbourne Cricket Ground – Melbourne, Australia
Nov. 14 – ANZ Stadium – Sydney, Australia
Nov. 16 – Suncorp Stadium – Brisbane, Australia
Nov. 19 – Sky Stadium – Wellington, New Zealand
Nov. 21 – Forsyth Barr Stadium – Dunedin, New Zealand
Nov. 24 – Optus Stadium – Perth, Australia
Get. Ready. Australia & New Zealand, 2021 ⚡ pic.twitter.com/OVA9LFTZBG
— Guns N' Roses (@gunsnroses) November 18, 2020