Slash might be branching out into film production, but he's still a rocker at heart -- so it only makes sense that 'Nothing to Fear,' the debut release from his Slasher Films banner, will feature a Slash score.

He broke the news via his Facebook page yesterday (Oct. 1), writing, "Going into the studio tonight to work on 'Nothing to Fear' score. It's really coming together" and adding a top-hatted winking smiley face emoticon.

While a release date for the movie has yet to be announced, it's already picked up a distributor -- as reported in January, 'Nothing to Fear' will be released by Anchor Bay. Featuring the freaky antics of a lunatic preacher in a small Kansas town that is supposedly "one of the seven gateways to Hell," it sounds like good old-fashioned horror fun, and the perfect vehicle for a few Slash instrumentals.

On the non-film front, Slash is still out promoting his latest album, the Top 5 Billboard hit 'Apocalyptic Love.' The night after concluding their current tour, he'll bring his band to 'Conan' on Thursday (Oct. 4) for a performance of their latest single, 'Standing in the Sun.'