Guns N’ Roses To Announce New Tour Date Tomorrow?

Axl Rose and Slash

Guns N’ Roses To Headline the Exit 111 Festival?

Tomorrow, the new Exit 111 Festival will be announcing their lineup this coming October. This is the first year for the Festival that will take place at the same grounds as the Bonarroo Festival. It has been heavily rumored that Guns N’ Roses will be headlining the festival. We had previously reported that Facebook Page Wolverine Kills first reported this rumor. It was also revealed today that the lineup for the Aftershock Festival that takes place from October 11-13 in Sacramento California has leaked and Guns N’ Roses doesn’t appear to be on the lineup giving more credibility to this rumor. Check out the rumored lineup for the festival below! If this is true it appears to be a really awesome lineup.

Guns N’ Roses,

Kid Rock,

Judas Priest,

SlayerIncubus

ZZ Top,

Five Finger Death Punch,

Evanescence,

Ghost,

Primus,

Breaking Benjamin,

Bush,

Cheap Trick,

HELLYEAH,

The Cult,

Black Label Society,

Flogging Molly,

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts,

Steel Panther,

In This Moment,

Sevendust,

Social Distortion,

Mastodon,

Skillet,

Nothing More,

Greta Van Fleet,

Pop Evil,

The Darkness,

In Flames,

Fozzy,

Nonpoint,

GWAR,

Ace Frehley,

Buckcherry,

Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown,

Devour the Day,

FEVER 333,

Dorothy,

grandson,

Light The Torch

Seymour Cassell Passes Away At the Age of 84

According to Spin.com

Veteran character actor Seymour Cassel died Monday at the age of 84. Cassel was best known for his collaborations with director John Cassavetes and was nominated for an Oscar in 1969 for his work in Faces. The prolific actor went on to work with the likes of Robert Altman and Barry Levinson before becoming a frequent presence in Wes Anderson films.

Although Cassel has a long and accomplished career as an actor, he also made a profound mark on rock history when he gave little Saul Hudson, a childhood friend of Cassel’s son Matt and future Guns N’ Roses guitarist, the nickname Slash.

Because Slash’s mom worked as a costume designer in Los Angeles in the ’70s, it wasn’t uncommon for him to spend time around actors, musicians, and other show biz denizens.

“My best friend’s dad is an actor named Seymour Cassel, and we used to ditch school and hang out at his house and he used to call me Slash and it was just habitual with him.” Slash said in a 2012 interview with Metal Hammer. Slash added that he never knew why Cassel settled on Slash until he ran into the actor many years later. “I was on tour in Europe and I happened to run into him and we went to dinner. He told me that he called me Slash, cause I had to ask him, and he says it was always because I was in a hurry, hustling whatever it was I was hustling at the time and never had time to sit and chat. I was always sort of in passing and he just started calling me Slash.”