Fired Guns N’ Roses & Skid Row Members Supergroup Perform Classic Rock Songs!

Gilby Clarke and Matt Sorum Performed A Variety of Rock Classics Last Weekend as Part of the “Kings of Chaos”

We had previously reported that Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash had made a backstage appearance at last weekend’s Kings of Chaos show, but didn’t join the group onstage at the 2019 Washington County Fair in Wst bend, Wisconsin.

The supergroup’s lineup included Ace Frehley, Sebastian Bach (original voice of SKID ROW), Gilby Clarke (GUNS N’ ROSES), Warren DeMartini (RATT), James LoMenzo (WHITE LION, MEGADETH) and Matt Sorum (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N’ ROSES).

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below (courtesy of YouTube user “Kevin Coombs“).

Steven Adler Gets a New Adorable Dog

Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler revealed the latest addition to his family….an adorable new dog name Bukowski.

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From the shelter to my house. Ladies and gentlemen this is Bukowski

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Slash Claims to Have Created the Seven Second Rule….Not True

Back in 1990 at the American Music Awards, Slash and Duff went gave a profanity laden speech not once, but twice and as a result many people thought ABC had to institute the seven second rule….or so Slash claimed. Well that’s not entirely true. That’s what we take a look at in today’s video

Tool Announces the Title of Their Forthcoming Record

The title of Tool‘s 2006 effort, 10,000 Days, equates to a little more than 27 years. It’s almost half that time to unveil the name of the follow up: Fear Inoculum will arrive on Aug. 30.

Tool also announced that their entire  catalog – including the group’s four full-length albums and the Opiate EP – will be available digitally on Friday, Aug. 2.

Fear Inoculum comes after more than a year of teasing their fans.. In late 2017, drummer Danny Carey said they would “definitely” have it out in the next year. Shortly into 2018, frontman Maynard James Keenan tweeted: “Started getting music files from the boys w the word FINAL in the title a few months ago after 11 years of begging. That in theory means the tracks won’t change out from under me while I’m trying to write stories and melodies to them. In theory.”

By March 2018, they began tracking, and an instrumental called “Descending” arrived a month later. But in June, Keenan corrected Carey and said the album probably wouldn’t be out until 2019.

In early January of this year, Keenan revealed that he had finished recording vocals and Tool were now in the “long process of mixing” the record. A few weeks later, Carey told a fan that the “plan” was to release the project in April. The band’s website was later updated with new visualizer graphics.

Throughout his tenure in Tool, Keenan has split his time fronting the supergroup A Perfect Circle and Puscifer. A new Puscifer record is expected in 2020.