On May 2, former Guns N' Roses and current Adler drummer Steven Adler admitted himself back into rehab for undisclosed substance abuse. The band Adler was forced to postpone its summer tour dates due to the drummer's return to rehab, and Adler himself has just written an official statement detailing exactly why he needed to go back again.
Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is set to head out on tour with his new band, Adler. After a few shows in California and Japan this March, Adler will invade the U.S. for a two-and-a-half month monster tour beginning May 16 in San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
When former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler launched his new band Adler, it offered a fresh start for the musician. But the stickman still has one very significant tie to the past on his 'Back From the Dead' album -- a guest appearance from his former bandmate Slash on the track 'Just Don't Ask.'
Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler is branching out with his own band, appropriately named Adler, and the band’s debut full-length, ‘Back From the Dead,’ carries a straight-ahead rock sound that proves Mr. A means business. Now, Adler is opening up about the message behind the album, and he says he hopes it gives him a fresh start in the music business.
In the past few years, Steven Adler has made more headlines for his wacky one-liners and past substance abuse than he has from his musical endeavors, but all that's about to change with the release of his new disc ‘Back From the Dead.’ With a title that’s as literal as it is figurative, it delivers one of the purest, straight-up rock albums of the year -- chock full of the grit and grime that only