From Letters Of Note:
On July 22nd of 1992, during their famous joint tour with Metallica, Guns N’ Roses co-headlined at the Hoosier Dome in Axl Rose’s home state of Indiana. They appeared on stage last, almost two hours after Metallica had finished their set, and were headed by an angry frontman. Two days later, a less-than-glowing review of his band’s performance — which can be read in full, here — appeared in The Indianapolis Star, written by the paper’s music critic at the time, Marc Allan.
Thanks to Marc, we can now enjoy Axl’s entertaining response to that piece: a defiant letter he faxed to the paper’s offices that day.