Guns N' Roses' long-awaited album 'Chinese Democracy' will be released on February 12, 2008 according to Amazon.co.uk. Pre-order is even already available. It could be a hoax or pure coincidental, but the release date in U.K. is supposed to be on Monday, not Tuesday as scheduled.
The band's frontman Axl Rose was photographed on the studio with Skid Row's Sebastian Bach late September, working on Bach's solo album. During an interview Bach said that 'Chinese Democracy' "rocks" and he got to sing in one of the songs called 'Sorry'.
"He's (Axl) so prolific, dude, that he's recorded enough material for at least three albums, and it's all f**king awesome," Bach said. "It has the rawness and the power of 'Appetite for Destruction', but it also has the grandiosity of 'November Rain'. It's just fucking awesome."
'Chinese Democracy' has been recorded since 1994. If it's released, then it would be the band's first album with original materials since 1991's simultaneous releases 'Use Your Illusion I' and 'Use Your Illusion II'. The recording has so far cost $13 million, the most expensive production for an album to be released.