Matt Sorum Looks Back At Surreal Guns N' Roses Experience

(Classic Rock) Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum has admitted he loved the dangerous aspect of life with the band. And the drummer prefers that kind of experience over the safer approach of groups like the Foo Fighters.

He was a member of Axl Rose's outfit from 1990 to 1997 and he's currently working with supergroup Kings Of Chaos. In a new interview with the Windsor Star, Sorum describes his time in GnR as "like watching somebody else's movie" and adds: "Was I really there or was it some sort of warped dream? The whole things was surreal.

"I felt like I really had no control over where I was going. It was scary at times - super highs, super lows. I look at all of that and I'm just happy we're all still alive." Read his views on the Foo Fighters here.

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