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Hear Guns N' Roses' First New Song in 13 Years "ABSUЯD"

Hard-rock titans' first fresh offering since 2008's 'Chinese Democracy’

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Guns N' Roses fans are built for extremely long gaps between releases, but the rain has finally come. The hard-rock vets have released a new song called "ABSUЯD" that marks their first piece of new music since their 2008 album, Chinese Democracy

Technically, this new jam is a re-worked version of an unreleased track from the Chinese Democracy sessions that was initially titled "Silkworms." The band began performing the heater on recent dates of their ongoing North American tour, and now they've decided to release a studio version for fans to learn the words to. 

Contrary to the electronic influences that dominated their 2008 opus, "ABSUЯD" has more of a classic Guns N' Roses sound. Big, belting vocals from Axl Rose, a dirt-caked guitar lick and tons of wild energy. Listen above via YouTube.