Rare Image of Guns N’ Roses Recording and Shooting ‘Patience’ Surfaces Online
A new photo of Guns N’ Roses performing Patience in 1988 for their music video appeared online. I haven’t seen this photo below (from Pam)
That was awesome Rick.❤️❤️❤️ Thank you for sharing and I hope you and friends are enjoying their Monday.😘 pic.twitter.com/MveJ1MhUYs
— Pam (@pam_r104) October 15, 2018
Slash Teams Up With Racing Game to Promote His Latest Record ‘Living the Dream’
It was revealed earlier this week that Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash will be teaming up with the racing game MX vs ATV All Out to design his own supercross tracks and a custom arena. There will even be a custom Slash racer available to players. These additions hit the download store on October 16, 2018. The game is available on PC, PS4 and the Xbox One. Check out the trailer for the Slash designed items below!
Velvet Revolver Recorded ‘House is Alive’ For Movie ‘Monster House’
According to Alternative Nation
In a new Twitter conversation with Alternative Nation reporter Doug McCausland, former Velvet Revolver guitarist Dave Kushner indicated that the band did record “The House Is Alive.” The song has been a long speculated about track since the band were rumored to be recording the song in 2006 for the film Monster House. It is one of the few songs from in between the Contraband and Libertad eras. Velvet Revolver recorded other songs for films as well, including a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Money” in 2003 for The Italian Job, “Set Me Free” for The Hulk in 2003, and “Come On, Come In” in 2005 for Fantastic Four.
Doug tweeted, “@davekushner66 Watching Monster House with the family… just wondering, does a recorded version of VR’s ‘The House Is Alive’ actually exist??”
Kushner responded, “I think so.”
Slash reportedly fell asleep during a band screening of Monster House. Most of Velvet Revolver’s unreleased material and B-sides surfaced during the band’s initial run from 2003 to 2008, as they released many B-sides and bonus tracks for albums. The band do have unreleased material from when they auditioned Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor to replace Scott Weiland.
I think so.