Guns N' Roses Now Very Focused And Intense Says Fortus

11/02/2016
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Guns N' Roses

(Classic Rock) Guitarist Richard Fortus says that he has rehearsed more with Guns N' Roses in the past year than the previous 14 years. He made the revelation in a new video interview for Gretch.

The axeman left his role in the Dead Daisies alongside keyboard player Dizzy Reed in January to join Guns N' Roses at their Las Vegas and Coachella comeback shows - before they later announced their Not In This Lifetime world tour.

He tells Gretsch: "I've rehearsed more in this last year with that band than I have in the previous 14 years put together. It's been really intense, and very focused, and a great learning experience, as well as a great honour to play with those guys."

Last year, Fortus said the band would release new material for the first time since 2008's full-length _Chinese Democracy._ Axl Rose later confirmed he'd presented his Guns N' Roses bandmates Slash and Duff McKagan with new material. here.

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