When it was announced that Slash and Duff McKagan had rejoined Guns ‘N Roses back in 2016, fans of the band were sent into a collective meltdown. They were soon after treated to the ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour that saw the band take over stadiums worldwide once again as an almost united force.

Now, GNR fans have begun to speculate whether the band will be embarking on a fully fledged Appetite For Destruction lineup reunion, with a billboard popping in London featuring the band’s classic members.

The billboard also promotes a site called ‘gnr.fm’ which features only a message saying “Destruction is coming” and links to the band’s official social channels. It’s also important to note that the website is endorsed by Universal Music Group so it does seem quite promising.

In February this year, drummer Steven Adler announced he’d be restarting his act ‘Adler’s Appetite’, taking to Twitter to announce that he’d be taking bookings for shows, announcing an Australian tour shortly after.

Considering Appetite was released in 1987, the band have just missed out on celebrating its 30th anniversary, however, the lineup could be reuniting to record a new album or tour together again. The band are still currently on the ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour, so it could allude to all five members getting up onstage together before the tour is over.

It was confirmed by AC/DC’s biographer back in February that the band has planned to record an album with Axl Rose taking over vocal duties, as well as continue to tour.

The band have not addressed the billboard yet.

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