GUNS N' ROSES: "Chinese Democracy" To See Light Of Day In November?
GUNS N' ROSES will release their long-awaited new album, Chinese Democracy, in November, according to promoter Tommy Pratama, who is in negotiation to bring GNR to Indonesia early next year.
Pratama told Australia's Undercover that he was initially talking about touring the band next month but they have decided to move dates to January/February 2003 to promote the new album. Tommy will not be handling the Australian leg of the tour but he will be in charge for the Indonesian concert following the Australian dates.
GUNS 'N' ROSES have shows scheduled in Hong Kong and Japan next week and England and Belgium later this month.
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