GUNS N' ROSES Guitarist To Perform With X JAPAN In Tokyo

According to a posting on the GUNS N' ROSES fan site Here Today... Gone To Hell!, GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Richard Fortus will joining reactivated Japanese rockers X JAPAN for their three shows at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan later this month:

March 28 - Night of Destruction
March 29 - Night of Madness
March 30 - Night of Creation

Richard and fellow GN'R guitarist Robin Finck played X JAPAN's "Endless Rain" as part of their guitar duet during some of GN'R's Japanese shows in July 2007.

Also scheduled to appear with X JAPAN at the Tokyo shows is former LIMP BIZKIT and current BLACK LIGHT BURNS member Wes Borland.

X JAPAN's new song, "I.V.", topped iTunes' daily charts upon its release on January 23 in both Overall Sales and Rock categories.

X JAPAN is the first Asian artist to chart high worldwide on iTunes and the Billboard music site Billboard.biz.

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