Guns 'n' Roses, News,Sweden, Metallica,News,2018Guns 'n' Roses, News,Sweden, Metallica,News,2018

According to the IQ Magazine, in the latest stop on their Not in this Lifetime TourGuns N’ Roses have broken the attendance record for a hard rock/metal act at Sweden’s Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg. 64,289 people turned up to see the band perform, surpassing the record previously set by Metallica (63,036 attendees).

The two-decades-in-the-making reunion of Guns N’ Roses has become the fourth highest-earning tour in history, grossing US$475 million, as Billborad reports. Guns N’ Roses had surpassed former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters’ marathon 2010-13 “The Wall Live” tour. U2 holds the record with $784 million earned on the Irish rockers’ extravagant, in-the-round “360” tour from 2009 to 2011. In second and third places with just above $500 million each are The Rolling Stones for stadium concerts a decade ago and Coldplay for a global tour completed in November.