(hennemusic) Slash launches a series of US dates last night in Baltimore to promote the May 22 release of his sophomore solo effort, "Apocalyptic Love."
Slash's band – Myles Kennedy, Todd Kerns and Brent Fitz - have formed a cohesive unit and are now going by the handle "Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators." The guitarist tells the Orlando Sentinel about the vibe and experience of working on the project. "This has been really liberating for me," says Slash. "The first solo album was the first time, really, that I was on my own to stretch my wings without the democratic, diplomatic situation you have to have in a band. That went right into working with these guys."
"It's nonconfrontational, nondramatic," he added. "I've never been in a situation like that where there's no reason to have an issue about anything. I haven't had this much fun in a band situation since Guns started." more on this story