Babylon’s Fall is a Live-Service Hack and Slash from PlatinumGames

Square Enix showed off PlatinumGames Babylon’s Fall during their E3 2021 conference, a new live-service hack and slash action game where up to four players can team up to grind out an endless gauntlet of dungeons. No release date was given, though interested players can sign up for an upcoming closed beta.
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Listen to Slash's never-before-heard collaboration with Chester Bennington

A snippet of a previously unreleased collaboration track between Slash and late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington has been made available for the first time. The teaser of the track – entitled Crazy – has been uploaded by Big Chris Flores, a music producer who worked on Slash's 2010 self-titled debut solo album.

B.B. King with Slash “The Thrill Is Gone”

On June 28, 2011, blues legend B.B. King performed in front of a sold-out crowd at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall. What made the show extra special was when Slash, Ron Wood, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, and Mick Hucknall joined King on stage for a spectacular 40-minute extended jam. And one of the songs they played was of course King’s timeless track “The Thrill is Gone”. Watch their jaw-dropping live performance below.

Ozzy Osbourne Nearly Killed Slash and Tom Morello

Imagine waking up on November 1, 2015, and reading the headline GUNS N’ ROSES AND RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE GUITARISTS BLOWN UP BY OZZY OSBOURNE. That would be arguably the craziest thing to happen in the history of metal, right? Like, it would take a lot to overshadow all the legendary Ozzy stories about biting the heads off of living creatures and licking up Nikki Sixx’s pee and urinating on the Alamo and nearly going all The Shining on poor Sharon Osbourne… but that would easily do it. Forever and all time, that would be the thing for which Ozzy was best known.
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Slash’s son London Hudson on why he plays drums instead of guitar

Slash’s son, drummer London Hudson, recently joined up with singer Noah Weiland (son of Stone Temple Pilots’ Scott Weiland), bassist Tye Trujillo (son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo) and electric guitar player Niko Tsangaris in a new band, Suspect208. As for why London opted to take on drums as opposed to...