Check out the lyric video for Slash's new single 'World on Fire.'
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators will unleash their 'World on Fire' album in September, but you can hear the title track right now.
Myles Kennedy speaks with 'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie about balancing his roles with Alter Bridge and Slash, touring with Aerosmith and more.
Slash's upcoming full-length 'World on Fire' with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators is set for a September release.
Yesterday (May 24), the legendary Slash busted out his inner Jimi Hendrix by performing the national anthem on guitar at the NHL playoff game between the Los Angeles Kings and the Chicago Blackhawks at the Staples Center in L.A.
On Monday night (May 12), metal fans and philanthropists alike packed Los Angeles' Club Nokia for the 10th annual MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert. Proceeds from the event went toward MusiCares’ programs aimed at helping musicians struggling with addiction, and the entire night was filled with success stories from musicians who have overcome their struggles through the work of such programs.
It happens more frequently than you'd think, as artists go into the studio, lay down a track and expect that it will be an afterthought only to have it become one of the bigger songs of their career. In a new interview, Slash tells WEBN radio host Kidd Chris that he wasn't initially sold on Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine.'
Anytime Motorhead rock 'Ace of Spades,' it's definitely a concert highlight, but the band added an extra special touch to their performances of the track over the weekend. They brought out an extra guitarist -- special guest Slash -- to perform the song at both their Friday night Los Angeles show at Club Nokia and their Coachella performance over the weekend.
In an exciting bit of news, former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan surprised fans everywhere when it was revealed he would be performing with the band for a handful of South American tour dates. With the return of McKagan, fans can't help but wonder about the possibly of other former GN'R legends sharing the stage with Axl Rose again, but during a new interview with Slash, the guitarist explains why it's "just not going to happen."