Guns 'N' Roses lose their support act
The Eagles of Death Metal reportedly walked out of the tour after a run in with both the audience and Guns 'N' Roses frontman Axl Rose.
At their opening performance in Cleveland the band were apparently booed by the crowd. Then, during the main act's set, Axl Rose referred to the band as "The Pigeons of S**t Metal".
In a statement by the Eagles of Death Metal, lead singer Jesse Hughes said: "At first the audience refused to welcome us to the jungle, but by the time we took our final bow it had become paradise city.
"Although Axl tried to November rain on our parade, no sweet child o' mine can derail the EODM night train. We say live and let die."
The Eagles of Death Metal are currently set to headline their own tour, and GNR are still searching for a replacement band.