Next Tuesday (May 22) will be a big day for Slash. The guitarist's second solo album, 'Apocalyptic Love,' hits stores, and now comes word that his record-release show that night in New York City will stream live on the Web.

'Apocalyptic Love' features singer Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, a.k.a, drummer Brent Fitz and bassist Todd Kerns. The three musicians all came on board when Slash prepared to tour in support of his guest-filled debut solo set, and have become a cohesive unit ever since. As a celebration of the full band, which recently added guitarist Frank Sidoris after the recording of 'Apocalyptic Love,' the group will webcast their record release show next Tuesday.

The May 22 show at New York's Irving Plaza sold out rather quickly, so this will be the best chance for many fans to show their support on record release day. The full concert will air live via Livestream.com at 10:15PM ET.

The concert webcast is just the latest online offering in support of the disc. The guitarist has been revealing tracks via his Facebook page, and just issued the first video off the album for the single, 'You're a Lie.' Slash and his band are currently touring in support of 'Apocalyptic Love.'

In other news, catch Slash talking about his music career on the radio during his appearance May 20 on NPR's 'Weekend Edition Sunday.'