Axl Rose Sounds Ridiculous In Guns N’ Roses Video


Guns N’ Roses recently performed in Munich and Axl Rose was seen performing ‘Absurd.’ One of the fans on Twitter posted a video clip of the performance and wrote the following about Axl singing the new song with a country voice: now what the f*** are these vocals you did on ABSUЯD in Munich the other day… I cannot stand you @axlrose

While it seems that the fan might have bashed Rose, another fan explained that was written in an ‘endearing’ manner. “okay too many people think this is serious and/or aggressive and it’s not. when fans on twitter say “I cannot stand you” toward said person they are a fan of, it is 100% meant in an endearing way. these vocals are silly fun and I’m here for it”

Check it out below:

Guns N’ Roses played their first show in nearly a week following frontman Axl Rose suffering from vocal issues and illness. You can check out the setlist below:
  1. It’s So Easy
  2. Mr. Brownstone
  3. Chinese Democracy
  4. Welcome to the Jungle
    (Link Wray’s “Rumble” intro)
  5. Double Talkin’ Jive
  6. Live and Let Die
    (Wings cover)
  7. Slither
    (Velvet Revolver cover)
  8. Estranged
  9. Better
  10. Rocket Queen
  11. You Could Be Mine
  12. I Wanna Be Your Dog
    (The Stooges cover) (Duff on lead vocals)
  13. Absurd
  14. Hard Skool
  15. Civil War
    (Jimi Hendrix’s “Machine Gun”… more )
  16. Slash Guitar Solo
    (Albert King’s “Born Under a Bad Sign” jam)
  17. Sweet Child o’ Mine
  18. November Rain
  19. Wichita Lineman
    (Jimmy Webb cover)
  20. Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
    (Bob Dylan cover) (Alice Cooper’s “Only Women Bleed” intro)
  21. Nightrain
  22. Encore:
  23. Patience
    (The Beatles’ “Blackbird” intro)
  24. Don’t Cry
  25. Paradise City

Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose admitted during a concert last week that he had to adjust his singing style singing in a lower register more often. Something fans actually enjoyed. It resulted in Guns N’ Roses playing a shorter set in London, England last week before cancelling their July 5h at Glasgow. Rose would tell an audience last week

“Welcome to the world of the baritone…As you can tell, I’m having a few issues but these shows are really important to us.” “So I’ll be switching the songs around a little bit vocally, I hope you don’t mind. We would like to keep going,” he concluded.