In the unlikely event that the most famous lineup of Guns N' Roses should reunite, Steven Adler says they'd likely produce the best album of their career.
Steven Adler's self-named band has gone back into the studio.
Famously fired from Guns N' Roses in 1990 for his rampant drug use, Steven Adler has turned a corner on his addictions.
One of the biggest proponents of Guns N' Roses reuniting was the band's original drummer Steven Adler, who was the first to exit the group due to substance abuse issues and who felt he had some unfinished business with the band. But Adler tells Rolling Stone that the days of him wishing for a reunion and his anger toward Axl Rose for not allowing that to happen have subsided.
For many, the induction of Guns N' Roses into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a sort of validation of hard rock and metal. After all, it's long been a point of contention among rock fans that certain popular and influential bands of the 1970s and 1980s have been overlooked by the museum. An video interview with former Gunners Steven Adler and Matt S