Axl Rose Is Writing for Guns N’ Roses
Speaking at the China Exchange in London this week (June), Rose told fans he’s happy with the current GN’R lineup and hopes to keep it “going for quite a while.” He said he was especially impressed by Slash’s work ethic, noting that both Slash and McKagan took it upon themselves to learn songs from Guns N’ Roses’ 2008 album, 'Chinese Democracy', on which neither played.
Most promising, though, was his announcement that he’d begun writing new material for Guns N’ Roses, which he said had been well received by Slash and McKagan.
Axl Rose stated he's also open in continuing to work with AC/DC once the band’s 'Rock or Bust' world tour wraps up this month. Rose confirmed his interest saying he and Angus Young have good chemistry and that he is open to a future working relationship if the band is agreeable to it.