Guns N’ Roses Release New ‘Appetite For Destruction’ Merchandise
Guns N’ Roses have released a range of new merchandise celebrating their classic 1987 debut album Appetite For Destruction.
The new merchandise collection features items including bandanas, a top hat skull buckle, leggings, t-shirts in a variety of designs, flannel shirts, an enamel pin badge, hoodies – and a children’s leather jacket featuring the famous GNR skull cross on the back.
The landmark, 30 million-selling album Appetite For Destruction celebrated its 30th anniversary this year, while the reunited Guns n’ Roses line-up featuring vocalist Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan played a special show in New York in July to mark the occasion.
Guns N’Roses current iteration also features guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer and keyboardist Melissa Reid and the band set out on their ongoing Not In This Lifetime world tour in April 2016. This ambitious – and critically-hailed – tour includes 130 dates and to date the band have already played shows in North America, South America, Oceania, Asia and Europe.
Guns N’ Roses are currently back in the US, playing the final leg of their Not In This Lifetime tour, with their next date scheduled for Monday, 6 November at Chicago’s United Centre in Illinois. The tour is currently the fifth highest grossing rock and roll tour of all time, grossing over $430 million as of the start of November 2017.
Find a full list of the band’s remaining North American 2017 tour dates below:
6 November: Chicago United Centre, IL
7 November: Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center, WI
10 November: Houston Toyota Center, TX
13 November: Nashville Bridgestone Arena, TN
14 November: Tulsa Nok Center, OK
17 November: Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, NV
18 November: Sacramento Golden1 Center, CA
21 November: Oakland Oracle Arena, CA
24 November: Los Angeles Staples Center, CA
25 November: Inglewood The Forum, CA
28 November: San Diego Valley View Casino Center, CA
29 November: Inglewood The Forum, CA
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