Title track of Guns N' Roses' upcoming sixth LP, 'Chinese Democracy', has been available for streaming.
Guns N' Roses' new single called "Chinese Democracy" has been revealed. Hitting radio station for airplays on October 22 in the U.S., the song is a title track from the rockers' forthcoming sixth major studio album "Chinese Democracy" which has been in the work since 1994.
The band's effort, which has become the most expensive album ever produced, will be dropped on November 25, according to Best Buy. However, recent reports indicated that the rockers will release the album on November 23. No statement has been made by the band's label, Interscope Records, as well as the band's manager, Andy Gould, or Axl Rose concerning the official release date for the record.
In related news, Kevin Cogill, who has allegedly posted six unfinished songs from the band's long-awaited album in August, pleaded not guilty for his action. "Presently, though we don't support this guy's actions at that level, our interest is in the original source. We can't comment publicly at this time as the investigation is ongoing," the band said commenting on the case.
Audio stream of Guns N' Roses' "Chinese Democracy":