As he makes the rounds promoting his new album ‘Apocalyptic Love,’ Slash can’t avoid countless questions about Guns N’ Roses and his relationship (or lack thereof) with Axl Rose. Slash was interviewed on Piers Morgan’s CNN show last night (May 23) and he had some interesting things to say about his former band mate.
Slash recently stopped by the Howard Stern Show to promote his new album and ended up discussing Velvet Revolver singer Scott Weiland's "uncontrollable diva" behavior. The iconic guitarist also shared his love for Nirvana and offered his thoughts on the grunge era that gave birth to Weiland's career.
'The Avengers' set a record for the biggest opening weekend ever, raking in over $200 million. That shattered the old mark by 2010's 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' by almost $40 million. The movie features a collection of superheroes such as Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor and others.
Ex-Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is done talking about Axl Rose aka 'the redhead,' saying the singer's letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame exposed the singer's "true colors." Even though Adler spoke at length about Axl and the current incarnation to Loudwire, after all the drama, mudslinging and the ensuing media firestorm, he has given his final interview where Rose's name will be mentioned.
Axl Rose has apparently posted a new letter to fans thanking them for their support in the wake of his decision not to attend Guns N' Roses induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this past Saturday (April 14). The letter, posted earlier today (April 17) on the singer's official Twitter page, seems to mix sarcasm with genuine feelings of gratitude.
As you may have heard, Axl Rose put a rest to months of speculation yesterday (April 11) when he issued a rather sternly worded open letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame saying he would not be attending this weekend when Guns N' Roses are honored -- and requested that he not be inducted in absentia. Today, the Hall responded with a few words of its own.