Slash's comments are similar to remarks made recently by guitarist Richard Fortus, who said that he believed the band would record more music when Slash's scheduled allowed it.
During an interview with Rock City had the following to say about a new album featuring the reunited lineup of himself, Axl Rose, and Duff McKagan, "Axl, Duff, myself and Richard have all talked about... there's material and stuff going on already for a new record," ).
But he cautioned, "It's just, with Guns N' Roses, you don't go, 'Oh, there is a plan, and it's gonna be like this,' because that's not how it works. So, basically, the only real answer to give is we're hoping to put a new record out, and we'll just see what happens when it happens."
The new track, from Mayall's forthcoming album "Nobody Told ME", has gone online via Classic Rock and features a guitar solo from Lifeson. Mayall had this to say, "Evil and Here to Stay is just one of the star studded songs you'll be playing over and over.
"On this particular track you get to hear some great guitar soloing from special guest Alex Lifeson, who feels right at home with this special groove."
Lifeson adds, "One of the first songs Rush learned to play as a band in front of an audience was Snowy Wood in 1968. So are influences go a long way back with John Mayall.
"When I was asked to do this particular project I was actually quite thrilled by it. Long being an admirer of the many amazing guitar players that have been a part of the Bluesbreakers and to be considered in that esteemed group I was very, very honoured, and it's been a real pleasure."
Directed by ZZ Satriani - son of Hagar's longtime collaborator and friend Joe Satriani - the song nails "what happens when kids are given too much money too early in life and it becomes an affliction," says Hagar. "All the money in the world isn't a guarantee for a good life. I'm a believer in working hard and finding purposeful work - but that comes later in the story."
Due May 10, "Space Between" marks the first full studio release by the band, which also features bassist Michael Anthony, drummer Jason Bonham and guitarist Vic Johnson.
The group will perform tracks from the set when they hit the road for a spring US tour that kicks off in Reno, NV on April 19. Watch the videohere.
The Zac Brown Band will be taking the stage before the Stones during the April 24th concert at the TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, with will be the Rolling Stones first show in the city in almost three decades.
"We are huge fans of the Stones, it's an honor to join them in Jacksonville and share a stage with such legendary musicians," said the Zac Brown Band in the announcement.
The upcoming U.S. leg of the No Filter Tour is set to kick off in Miami, FL on April 20th and will include a headline set at this year's Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans.
As a bonus for collectors, one CD from each batch of releases will also be optionally available in a specially artworked box featuring a 1:24 scale figurine and exclusive patch; in the latest batch this will be 1986's "Somewhere In Time."
A continuation of the veteran metal band's remastered Studio Collection project - which saw 2014/2017's black vinyl releases and 2015's Mastered for iTunes project - the digipacks will present the track listing matching the original UK releases using audio taken from the same remasters as the 2015 hi-res digital releases.
Issued chronologically in batches of four across a nine month period, the series launched last fall with the group's first four records: 1980's self-titled debut, 1981's "Killers", 1982's "The Number Of The Beast" and 1983's "Piece Of Mind." Watch the videohere.
Daron had this to say about the track, "the song is about a feeling of anger, a feeling of a breaking point, or times when the world is coming down on you."
The new music video can be streamed here and was directed by Greg Watermann and Malakain wrote, produced and played every instrument on the brand new album over a 10 day period.
Daron Malakian and Scars On Broadway will also be playing a handful of west coast shows to promote the new album beginning on March 3rd in San Diego, followed by an appearance at the Sonic Temple Festival in Columbus, OH on May 19th. See the tour dateshere.
The footage captures the band's August 31, 1968 appearance at the Kastival rock and pop festival in Kasterlee, Belgium just six months after the addition of David Gilmour on guitar in place of founding member Syd Barrett, who officially left the group in the spring of that year
The tune was the opening track from the UK band's 1967 debut, "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn", which reached No. 6 on the UK charts and No. 131 on the US Billboard 200 upon its original release.
Gilmour has been making headlines recently with news of an upcoming auction in New York where the Pink Floyd legend will sell off more than 120 guitars from his personal collection.
Christie's auctioneers will host the June 20 event, which will focus on a selection of Gilmour's preferred Fender Broadcasters, Esquires, Telecasters and Stratocasters. Read more and watch the videohere.
The fourth single from their 1991 self-titled ("Black") album reached No. 2 on the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart and No. 82 on the Billboard Hot 100; the project was Metallica's first to top the US charts while going on to sell 16 million copies in the country and more than 31 million worldwide.
While playing in Cleveland for the first time in a decade as part of a current series of North American dates, drummer Lars Ulrich and bassist Robert Trujillo toured exhibits at a local music landmark.
"It was an honor to visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland a few weeks back," said the guys, "so much amazing history to take in!"
Metallica are currently on a month-long break from the WorldWired trek, which they'll resume in El Paso, TX on February 28. Watch the videohere.
The run of dates will kick off with an appearance at the Rock the Park Festival in London, ON on July 11th and will include several headline shows with In This Moment supporting on select dates.
The trek will include additional festivals including the Inkcarceration Festival, Rock USA Festival, Rock Fest, and the Impact Music festivals as well as stand alone dates in Michigan, Ohio, Iowa, New York and New Hampshire. See the dateshere.
Thomas is giving fans their first taste of his fourth solo record with the release of a video for the single "One Less Day (Dying Young). The track was produced by Butch Walker and the visual can be streamed here.
Rob recruited Andy Morahan (George Michael, Elton John, Aerosmith, Guns N' Roses) to direct the new video and offered these comments, "This is an anthem about life and living. Living one more day is a privilege not afforded to everyone, so do all you can with the ones you get."
He will be hitting the road to promote the album with a North American summer tour that will include special guest Abby Anderson. See the dateshere.
The new Sonic Stomp DVD features Aquiles Priester, Tony McAlpine, Wasp, Hangar, Noturnall), Junior Carelli (Shaman, Noturnall) on Keyboards, and Fernando Quesada (Shaman, Noturnall) on Bass.
The 'Live In Studio' performance was filmed & tracked at Thiago Bianchi's Fusao Studios in Cotia, Brazil while Mike was on tour in South America performing with Sonic Stomp & Noturnall.
The DVD was mixed & mastered by Mike Orlando at his own Sonic Stomp Studios & filmed by Foggy Filmes Inc. The 13 tracks showcase the collaboration of the Adrenaline Mob guitarist alongside some of Brazil's finest musicians in Priester, Carelli, and Quesada.
In addition to the DVD's full band performances, Mike also performs a selection of his Sonic Stomp tracks solo getting an up close & personal look into each & every note played! Other guests on pre-recorded tracks include AJ Pero (Twisted Sister, Adrenaline Mob), John Macaluso (TNT, Yngwie Malmsteen, James Labrie, Symphony X, Ark), Steve Tobin (Pete Steele's Carnivore, Dust to Dust). Watch the video here
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