Let's be honest - no one would have blamed you if you'd put money on the Guns N' Roses reunion tour crashing spectacularly due to a clash of egos, Axl Rose throwing a wobbler, or the band simply fighting amongst themselves.

However, it seems that things are running pretty smoothly on the rock band's North American tour, with guitarist Slash even saying as much during a recent radio interview.

"Everyone's playing great and playing nice," he said on the radio show of Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer. "Everybody's getting along, everybody's playing great. We were all pretty positive that that would never happen so it's still sort of blowing our minds."

He added: "It seems so surreal to me, but everybody's really getting along great and I think everybody's come a long way and it’s all cool."

The band's 'Not in This Lifetime' tour runs across North American until the end of August - at which point Axl Rose will rejoin AC/DC as their temporary vocalist for their own North American tour, which will see them play dates across September.

Listen to Slash's interview below: