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A few days after Christmas 2015, visitors to Guns N' Roses' website noticed that something looked different. Atop the page was the band's bullet logo, a pair of opposite-facing revolvers girdled by a thorny rose stem. It hadn't been used since the group's early days.
For much of the world, the change passed unnoticed. But for the GNR faithful—especially those who'd been in mourning since the punk-metal powerhouse's disintegration circa 1993—it was a sign. As Loudwire.com