Slash Talks About Guns N’ Roses Possible 2019 Plans!

Guns N’ Roses Guitarist Slash Talks 2019 Plans

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash spoke in an interview with Los Angeles Times and explained his thoughts on next year’s plans.

Here’s the statement:

He also revealed his 2019 goals as follows:

“Next year is all touring [with The Conspirators], but going beyond that, obviously I’m not going to not mention wanting to do a GUNS record along the way. It’s not a personal challenge or anything, but I would love to see a GUNS record get done and have it be, to us, really great. That would be awesome.

I’m looking forward to The Conspirators tour. I’m really happy with the record. For the most part, that’s it — do this tour, let’s hope for a GUNS thing, let’s just keep it all going.”

Slash Talks ‘Shadow of Your Love’

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash gave an interview to journalist Clay Marshall where he discussed Guns N’ Roses and many other topics. He brought up ‘Shadow of Your Love’ and remastering the track. Check out what he had to say below!

The band also recently began performing “Shadow Of Your Love”, a track dating back to the mid-1980s that appears on the recently released expanded remaster of GN’R‘s seminal debut, “Appetite For Destruction”. “The remastering, that was basically easy,” Slash said. “It actually does sound really good, which I was skeptical about. But the actual box set as far as all the old material, after all these years, knowing that all this stuff exists and it’s just sitting there, it was actually cathartic to get it all out. It was really cool to go in when we mastered it to sit there and actually listen. I’ve never gone back and listened to any of that stuff — I just know it exists — and to sit there and listen to all of it was really, really cool.”

He also discussed ‘November Rain’ music video saying:

That was an epic production,” Slash recalled. “That was all more Axl’s vision than anything I had to do with it. My contribution was [that] I would write my own part, where the leaving the wedding and doing the church thing was concerned. The way that [director] Andy Morahan shot it, I thought, ‘This is going to be the last thing I ever do,’ because these helicopters were flying [right] at me. I thought, ‘It’ll look cool doing it, and that will be my last day.’ Because it was such an elaborate production, being a very sort of stripped-down rock guy, I was like, ‘Oh, God. All this stuff!’ But it did come out pretty awesome. Now, all this time later, it’s more of a hats-off to Axl than anything that it’s reached that threshold. I always knew that that was a cool song. I never count my eggs as far as in advance how epic or how big, because always whenever you feel that is when it goes the opposite direction. You just do it; you enjoy it in the moment; and wherever it goes, it goes. But I always knew that that was a really great song.”