Slash Says A New Guns N’ Roses Album Could Be On The Cards

Slash has finally weighed in on the chances of us getting a new Guns N’ Roses album from the reunited semi-OG lineup… and prospects look good!

Speaking in a new interview with metal guru Eddie Trunk on his Sirius XM show Trunk Nation, the legendary top-hatted Les Paul-slinger revealed that a reunion album has “been talked about”.

“I think everybody wants to do it, and we’ll just see what happens. We’ve been busy doing this running around the planet,” he said, referencing the legendary hard rockers’ monster globe-trotting Not In This Lifetime tour.

A hypothetical new record would mark the band’s first album since 2008’s infamous Chinese Democracy, which didn’t involve OGs Slash or Duff and took frontman Axl Rose a mere 25 years to record.

The last GNR album to feature Slash and Duff was 1993’s punk covers LP The Spaghetti Incident.

Earlier this year, Gunners re-issued their legendary 1987 debut Appetite For Destruction with an insane 73 tracks, but kicked up some controversy by axing the offensive lyric-stuffed tune ‘One In A Million’.

While we wait for more news on a hypothetical new Gunners album, you can take a listen to Slash’s brand new track with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators below.

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