Slash Recording With Ex-Guns N’ Roses Bandmate Steven Adler
Slash tweeted some huge news about his plans for Thursday night, March 15. The guitarist revealed that he will be reuniting with his onetime Guns N' Roses bandmate Steven Adler to "lay down some guitars" for a song on the drummer's new album.
We'd be lying if we said that it didn't make us wondering if the former bandmates will have discussions about the upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which is a month away. Could this be the first step GN'R takes to build a bridge to a performance at the Hall?
You never know. Check out Slash's full tweet below:
Looking forward to laying down some guitars on a song for Steven Adler's new record tomorrow night. IiiI; )'
— Slash (@Slash) March 15, 2012
We're curious to hear the end result of this collaboration between two musicians who made magic together in the 1980s. It's touching to see that after all the drama, in-fighting and external nonsense that has followed the GN'R camp since the band's inception, Slash and Adler can still communicate on a musical level. Are you listening, Axl?
In not quite as big news, depending on how you look at it, Slash also tweeted that he played his brand new album 'Apocalyptic Love' for his pet snake Sam. Maybe the serpent will collaborate with its owner and add some effects (via slithering) for the deluxe edition? Here's Slash's Tweet about his snake:
Played the new record for my snake, Sam. 1st time he's been active in a month. I hope that's a good sign. IiiI; )' — Slash (@Slash) March 14, 2012