Firearms N’ ROSES has recently dropped a brand new song called “Hard Skool”. The track, which had the working title “Jackie Chan”, was initially recorded during GN’R’s “Chinese Democracy” period yet was in the eventually omitted from that album. Short clasps of the song were subsequently posted online and a full version was spilled in August 2019.
All the more as of late, the partially reunited classic lineup of GUNS N’ ROSES practiced the track during soundcheck at a few concerts on the band’s mid year 2021 visit yet still can’t seem to perform it live.
Rumors of the new song’s imminent release started to flow before in the month after a fan was supposedly told about it by frontman Axl Rose when they met behind the stage at a new show in Atlantic City.
On “Hard Skool”, Axl sings: “However you needed to relax, needed to do it as you would prefer/Had to be a bonehead, needed to discard everything/Too hard school and you thought you were staying put/If that were valid, it wouldn’t make any difference at any rate.”
“Hard Skool” is the second “new” GUNS N’ ROSES tune to be released in under two months. It follows the appearance of “Ridiculous”, an adjusted form of a formerly unreleased track called “Silkworms”, which came out on August 6, three days after the band played out the tune live interestingly during its show at Boston’s Fenway Park.
Firearms N’ ROSES last performed “Silkworms”, which was likewise supposedly composed during the “Chinese Democracy” sessions, in 2001.
The band is presently supposed to be working with another studio album — the first under the GUNS flag since “Chinese Democracy” and the first to feature Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan since 1993.
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