A Cold Day In Hell Before Axl Will Play With Slash Again

12/10/2010
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(hennemusic) Guns N' Roses guitarist D.J. Ashba says Axl Rose has basically said that "it will be a cold day in hell" before Rose works together again with former GNR guitarist Slash.

Ashba who plays Slash in the current version of GNR (right down to the top hat and stage poses) made the comments during a phone interview with Triple M radio in Sydney, Australia on Saturday.

Triple M DJ Becko referenced alleged rumours that Axl and Slash might work together again (where did those come from?). "That's completely false," said Ashba. "I know Axl really, really well, and he basically said that it would be a cold day in hell [before they work together]. But, that being said, obviously I don't know the inside insight and I'm just happy to be in the shoes of an amazing, legendary guitar player. It's really a treat for me to stand on stage next to somebody like Axl and [the rest of] this band. Everybody in this band is just top-notch musicians." D.J. explains why the band tend to take the stage late.

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