Guns N ‘Roses officially releases new song “Hard Skool” – .


GUNS N’ ROSES just released a brand new song titled “Hard school”. The track, which had the provisional title « Jackie Chan », was originally recorded during GN’R‘s “Chinese democracy” era, but was ultimately omitted from this album. Short clips of the song were later uploaded and a full version leaked in August 2019.

More recently, the partially assembled classic range of GUNS N’ ROSES rehearsed the track during the scales at several concerts on the band’s 2021 summer tour, but has yet to perform it live.

Rumors of the imminent release of the new song began to circulate earlier in the month after a fan was reportedly informed by the frontman. Axl Rose when they met backstage at a recent show in Atlantic City.

At “Hard school”, Axe sings: “But you had to play it cool, you had to do it your way / Had to be a jerk, you had to throw it all away / School too hard and you thought you were here to stay / If that was true, that would be it doesn’t matter anyway. “

“Hard school” is the second “new” GUNS N’ ROSES song that will be released in less than two months. It follows the arrival of “Absurd”, a reworked version of an unreleased track called ” Silkworms “, which was released on August 6, three days after the band first performed the song live during their concert at Fenway Park in Boston.

GUNS N’ ROSES last played ” Silkworms “, which would also have been written during the “Chinese democracy” sessions, in 2001.

The band is now said to be working on a new studio album – the first under the FIRE ARMS banner from “Chinese democracy” and the first to appear Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan since 1993.

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