Guns and Roses plan worldwide stadium tour
Washington, Mar 07 (ANI): Rock band 'Guns and Roses' are planning a worldwide stadium tour in a bid to promote their comeback album 'Chinese Democracy'.
The band's comeback album's CD was released in November, exactly 15 years after frontman Axl Rose began work on it.
However, despite a huge amount of hype, the disc failed to top the American charts and was termed a flop by critics.
Axl was blamed for the album not being successful, for he had rejected to promote it by making public appearances.
However, the band's manager Irving Azoff revealed that Axl has always had a long-term plan to promote the album, and will be doing it through a worldwide tour.
"Axl has been basically quiet, keeping out of the limelight for almost 15 years. People think they know him but they only really only know what has been said about him by questionable people. He is a good guy and often misunderstood - he is a professional who has worked very hard to build and maintain a high creative standard for Guns N' Roses, which I support. We have some exciting things in the works this year for GNR, I'm looking forward to it," Contactmusic quoted Irving as saying. (ANI)