Guns N’ Roses Celebrate 30 Years of ‘Appetite for Destruction’
If you're a rock fan (and we know you are), there's no way you weren't affected by Guns N' Roses' "Appetite for Destruction," even if you don't know it. Released 30 years ago today (July 21), the landmark album changed rock as we knew it, and for three decades we haven't looked back. But today, we are looking back, thanks to our friends at Loudwire.com who have put together an exclusive documentary filled with interviews from original band members and so much more.
But Loudwire isn't the only place where they've been thinking about how Guns N' Roses whet our own appetite for destruction. KC recalled his first big memory of 'Welcome to the Jungle,' which may or may not have involved vomit.
Again, if you're interested in the story of hard rock's most dangerous album, we highly recommend that you check out Loudwire Legacy's new documentary, which debuted today!