Guns N' Roses Prepping New Music, Slash Says

Guns N' Roses hasn't released a new album with guitarist Slash in almost three decades, but the legendary musician is now working on new music with lead singer Axl Rose. Slash, Rose and Duff McKagan reunited for the 2016-2019 Not in This Lifetime... Tour, which became one of the most successful international concert tours of all time. Everyone remains on good terms, and they will hit the road again for a European tour this summer.
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Blacken Slash is a minimalistic, turn-based roguelike, coming soon on Android and iOS

Blacken Slash is an upcoming mobile game that has elements from multiple genres like strategy, hack and slash, roguelike, and more. It has been created by Mario “ehmprah” Kaiser, known for working on the popular tower defence game Core Defence. Currently, Blacken Slash’s demo version is available on Android and iOS, which will be followed by an Early Access launch on, and the game will officially hit virtual shelves by 22nd July.

Guns N’ Roses Prepping on an Entire Album of New Music, Slash Says

Slash on new Guns N’ Roses music: ‘We’ll probably keep putting it out until the entire record’s worth of stuff is done and then put it out solid’. Guns N’ Roses are back, and we’re not just talking about touring. The longstanding rock ‘n’ roll band released two new songs last year, and they have more on the way.

Black Pumas, Taj Mahal, Ben Harper, Slash, Rosanne Cash and Sara Bareilles Share Playing For Change Performance Videos

Peace Through Music: A Global Event for the Environment, a special global livestream debuted last night on the Playing For Change YouTube channel. The event featured over 200 artists from more than 35 countries who came together in support of a sustainable future. The fundraiser, produced by Playing For Change in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund, directed proceeds “to organizations that prioritize real-time solutions that facilitate environmental justice and sustainability, including Conservation International, American Rivers, World Wildlife Fund, REVERB, and the Playing For Change Foundation.”

When Slash and Michael Jackson Staged a ‘Dangerous’ Team-Up

Slash and his Guns N' Roses cohorts were kings of the hard-rock mountain during the early '90s, but in 1991 the top-hatted guitarist collaborated with one of the few musicians on the planet more famous than him: Michael Jackson. The King of Pop was no stranger to collaborating with guitar...