Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose doesn't appear to making the band's Las Vegas residency their swan song.
While rumors have surfaced that the singer is planning to break up the band and go solo after their Vegas run, his current remarks indicate plans to keep the band intact.
Rose tells Revolver magazine he intends to return to the studio with the group to work on a new album. He explains that they have a number of leftover tracks from their Chinese Democracy sessions, and have "written a few new things" since then. Axl describes the material as "kind of the second half of 'Chinese,'" and says once the band is finished in Vegas, they're "going to start looking very seriously" at what they're "doing in that regard."
A new album from Guns N' Roses would be their follow up to Chinese Democracy which was released in late 2008. The band will wrap up their "No Trickery! An Evening of Destruction" at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Saturday.
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