Slash revealed that Sebastian Bach almost joined Velvet Revolver.
Slash can write the original music for Universal Studios' new Halloween Horror Nights attraction, the Clowns 3D maze, but can he make it through the actual event without letting out at least one cry of surprise and/or fear?
Velvet Revolver have been in limbo ever since the band parted ways with singer Scott Weiland, but Slash still thinks a replacement is on the horizon.
After nearly two decades of backbiting and recriminations, it's easy to forget that Slash and Axl Rose shared a bond that went beyond sparking Guns N' Roses to greatness.
We've all relied on Wikipedia for information at one point or another, but we also know its pages can occasionally be pockmarked with errors.
Buckle up, Guns N' Roses fans, while Slash relives the trip to Seattle that turned the group's classic lineup from a bunch of guys into a band of brothers.
At a certain point, just about all of us acquire enough age and/or experience that the actions of younger generations start to seem a little strange -- or outright foolish.
Slash shares a real-life 'Spinal Tap' story from his Guns N' Roses days.
Universal Studios Hollywood is providing fans with a seven-minute, first-person look into Slash's Clowns 3D Music, a neon maze of frights and grinding guitars presented as part of the California amusement park's Halloween Horror Nights.
Don't expect Slash to join the funeral procession for rock 'n' roll anytime soon.
The guitar legend stopped by the Ultimate Classic Rock offices to discuss his new 'World on Fire' LP recently, and we couldn't help but ask for his thoughts regarding Gene Simmons' recent pronouncement that rock is dead. And while he admitted that he understa