With 17 songs clocking in at a whopping 77 minutes, Slash's new album is quite a lot to digest at once.
Paul Stanley says he had to teach Slash a pretty harsh lesson in rock and roll diplomacy back at the start of the Guns N' Roses guitarist's meteoric rise to fame.
He’s one of the most identifiable characters in rock 'n' roll, and when you hear that Slash is putting out an album called 'World on Fire,' instincts tell you that the music contained within it is very likely to match the intensity conveyed by the title.
Slash is back with a new album featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.
It's been one of the most instantly recognizable riffs in rock for more than two decades, so it's no surprise that Slash's lead guitar line on Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine' recently placed second (behind Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love') in a BBC poll that tried to determine the greatest riff of all time.
Slash opened up about the process that went into recording his new album, 'World on Fire.'
The fans who showed up for the Aerosmith/Slash concert in Gorge, WA, on Aug. 16 received a memorable surprise during Slash's set.
Looking for one more reason to pre-order Slash's upcoming 'World on Fire' album?
Slash has collaborated with Universal Studios Hollywood on 'Clowns 3D, with Music by Slash' for the park's 'Halloween Horror Nights.'
Former UFO bassist Pete Way is celebrating his recent triumph over prostate cancer by inviting a few famous friends to guest on his next solo album, due in early 2015.