Slash, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are back in the studio to create the follow-up to their 2012 album 'Apocalyptic Love.' The top-hatted shredder has offered some recent updates from the studio via his Twitter page for what he's calling a "heavy record," including a couple of Vine videos of the guys in action.
Kings of Chaos are an all-star touring project that features Corey Taylor (Slipknot/Stone Sour), Glenn Hughes (Black Country Communion) and Steve Stevens along with Velvet Revolver/ex-Guns N' Roses members Slash, Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan. Their only North American show of 2013 will be Nov. 18 in Los Angeles at Avalon Hollywood for a benefit gig called 'Tokyo Celebrates the Dolphin.'
While Slash and Axl Rose have had a very tumultuous relationship (if you can even call not talking to each other a 'relationship') in the years since Slash parted ways with Guns N’ Roses, the guitarist won't rule out the idea of a reunion at some point.
Back in his younger days, Slash lived the rock 'n' roll lifestyle to the fullest. These days, he's a dad, and encouraging the next generation in their musical pursuits. And this past week, he jammed with students at the Brennan Rock and Roll Academy in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Slash and Myles Kennedy graced the stage of 'Conan' on TBS last night (Sept. 26). The duo jammed the new song 'Nothing Left to Fear,' which is the title track to a horror film produced and scored by the mad hatter himself.
Slash and Myles Kennedy will be performing on 'Conan' tonight (Sept. 26). The duo will grace Conan O'Brien's TBS program to play the new track 'Nothing Left to Fear' from the upcoming horror film 'Nothing Left to Fear,' which was co-produced by the top-hatted shredder himself.
Last month, Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie and her actor husband Josh Duhamel announced that they had named their son Axl. It's not a very common name, and Fergie has said she's a big Guns N’ Roses fan, meaning the kid was likely named after Axl Rose. This week, TMZ caught up with Slash and asked him his thoughts on the name (watch video above).
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators may have just wrapped up a long tour run in support of ‘Apocalyptic Love’ but instead of laying low, the guitarist is gearing up to rock for a cause. Slash is joining the lineup of Rock N’ 2 Remember – a benefit concert being held to raise money for the families of the firefighters who lost their lives battling the recent fires in Arizona, as well as the residents who were affected by those fires.
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