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.
Musicians such as Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson and Phil Anselmo have connected large parts of their respective careers to the theme of horror. Next up in that respect is iconic guitar slinger Slash. The ex-Guns N' Roses / Velvet Revolver guitarist has created the entire soundtrack for the upcoming motion picture 'Nothing Left to Fear,' a film that he has produced through his production company, Slasher Films.
‘Here’s to Us’ is the perfect anthem for the monster year that Halestorm are having. Kicking off 2013 with a Grammy win for ‘Best Hard Rock / Metal Performance’ followed by a successful tour with Bullet for My Valentine, the band has released a lyric video for their latest single from their 2012 album 'The Strange Case Of...' Given the memorable year the band has had, the song has taken on a whole new meaning.
Climbing into the 'Rocktagon' this week for an official bout Slash Vs. Tom Keifer in an all out, anything goes, fight to the death, battle royal! This one's gonna get ugly and will surely be a well fought, not to mention close competition.
Slash recently joined forces with fellow guitarist and Queen virtuoso Brian May to record a song called ‘The Badger Swagger,' heard above. The song was written and recorded in hopes of raising awareness regarding the slaughter of badgers in England.
Slash is looking to reunite with an "old friend," but this relationship comes strings attached … assuming that his onetime guitar still has strings. The guitar great is hoping that his extensive social networking and online following will help relocate one of his Les Paul guitars that he used back in the early '90s.
Rock supergroup Velvet Revolver has been struggling with lineup issues for quite some time now since parting with vocalist Scott Weiland. Conflicting stories on Weiland's place in the band have been prevalent for a year now, but Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash just made it public that the band is "very quietly" looking for a new singer.
For those wondering about the future of Stone Temple Pilots without Scott Weiland, the first clue will come later this month when the DeLeo brothers and drummer Eric Kretz perform at the MusiCares MAP Fund benefit in Los Angeles. The trio is being advertised as 'Members of Stone Temple Pilots,' lending credence to the notion that they'll be able to continue utilizing the band name without worry.
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators will be strapping on the instruments again this summer to play the 20th anniversary of Wisconsin's Rock Fest. The group got the call after Stone Sour had to back out due to a scheduling conflict.
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