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Slash Begins Demo Process for Follow-up to ‘Apocalyptic Love’ Album

Mary Ouellette,
Slash recently revealed that he had “tons of cool ideas” for his band’s next record and that he was starting to put some things together. Now the guitar great has confirmed that the demo process has begun.

At the time, the tweet must have raised a few eyebrows amongst Alter Bridge‘s fans because the guitarist shortly followed with another message stating, “AB fans have no cause for worry. They will soon release a new CD and tour this year. I will catch Myles on the flip side.”

Given that he’s been working on his own, Slash has hunkered down and started the demoing process. In a tweet at his account he revealed:

Slash’s work appears not to just be relegated to his own album, as he revealed a little later that he was listening back to a new song he wrote with John Stevens for the latter rocker’s band, Dead Daisies. That tweet reads as follows:


In addition to his work toward a new album, Slash has spent time working on the score for the horror flick, ‘Nothing to Fear,’ which comes from his own Slasher Films production company.

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