A new song from Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose may have surfaced in the TV show New Looney Tunes, which airs on the Boomerang streaming service. The episode, which premiered on December 24th, features Axl as a character. In one scene from the show, Axl asks Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig and the other characters how to get to the Civic Center, where he is scheduled to perform that night with his band Steel Underpants.

After the characters tell Axl there is a giant asteroid heading towards earth, he informs them his new speakers can "shake mountains to the ground." Bugs then proposes that Axl play loud enough to destroy the asteroid before it can land, with the Looney Tunes gang as his backing band. The group then proceeds to play a song called "Rock The Rock," ultimately blowing up the asteroid and saving the world.

Although there has been no official confirmation that Axl did contribute to the New Looney Tunes episode, the resemblance to the singer's speaking and singing voice is remarkable. It is also worth noting that Guns N' Roses has used the Looney Tunes theme to open concerts on its "Not In This Lifetime" tour.

The last new music from Axl or Guns N' Roses came out in 2008 on the Chinese Democracy album, which featured only Axl from the original Guns lineup. A recent report suggested that at least two albums' worth of material from the Chinese Democracy sessions remains unreleased.