Slash has been in the studio recording new tracks for Guns N’ Roses, according to a former publicist for the band who is still friendly with the group.
As we reported last week, Kings of Chaos — a supergroup featuring former Guns N' Roses' members Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum — performed a benefit show in Los Angeles November 18.
Last night, the original Velvet Revolver lineup - Slash, Scott Weiland, Dave Kushner, Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan -- took the stage together for the first time in nearly four years.
Sure, L.A. Guns is more known for amped-up rockers than soft balladry, but as the band’s brand-new acoustic live album shows, they’re perfectly adept at embracing their quieter side as well.
He helped change the face of hard rock with Guns N' Roses, and now he's back with the star-studded Velvet Revolver. But what fans really want to know is...
After many years in the solo stunt-guitarist wilderness, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal is welcomed to the wild, wild world of Guns N' Roses.