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February 16, 2012

Apocalyptic Love

Apocalyptic Love

Album infos

  • By: Slash feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators
  • Released : May 22, 2012
  • Producer : Eric Valentine
  • Labels : Dik Hayd International / EMI
  • Recorded : Barefoot Recording


  1. Apocalyptic Love (Slash / Kennedy)
  2. One Last Thrill (Slash / Kennedy)
  3. Standing In The Sun (Slash / Kennedy)
  4. You're A Lie (Slash / Kennedy)
  5. No More Heroes (Slash / Kennedy)
  6. Halo (Slash / Kennedy)
  7. We Will Roam (Slash / Kennedy)
  8. Anastasia (Slash / Kennedy)
  9. Not For Me (Slash / Kennedy)
  10. Bad Rain (Slash / Kennedy)
  11. Hard And Fast (Slash / Kennedy)
  12. Far And Away (Slash / Kennedy)
  13. Shots Fired (Slash / Kennedy)
  • Carolina (Slash / Kennedy) Classic Rock edition bonus track
  • Crazy Life (Slash / Kennedy) Classic Rock edition bonus track


  • Myles Kennedy: lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Slash: lead & rhythm guitars
  • Todd Kerns: bass, backing vocals
  • Brent Fitz: drums


November 5, 2011

Made in Stoke pictures & screenshots

Made In Stoke CD
Made In Stoke CD

"One of the things about doing the solo record and setting up my own tour was I wanted to play in places I'd never played before. And so Stoke was something that was high on my list" said Slash. So that July 24 night, when he returned to his British hometown to perform a sold out show where he lived until he was five years old, was a special night.

Thankfully for fans not lucky enough to be there, the cameras were rolling for a live DVD, Blu-Ray and CD which is set for a November 15 release date on Eagle Rock. Slash Paradise had the opportunity to watch and listen "Made in Stoke 24/7/11" DVD and CD before.

Captured at the 1,500 capacity Victoria Hall, this show was part of the intensive We're All Gonna Die World Tour 2010-2011 (141 shows in 37 countries), featuring vocalist Myles Kennedy, bassist Todd Kerns, drummer Brent Fitz and guitarist Bobby Schneck. The 21-song set spanned Slash career from Appetite For Destruction to his 2010 self-titled solo album. And when he stated after the concert: "Stoke was a fuckin' blast!!! Great vibe and energy. It's going to make a killer DVD", he was right. This Made In Stoke CD/DVD will sound like gold to fans!!!

Made In Stoke CD

Made In Stoke CD

Made In Stoke DVD screenshots

  • Recorded: July 24, 2011 at Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent (England)
  • Length: 160 minutes
  • Label: Eagle Rock
  • Release date: November 15, 2011
  • Setlist: Been There Lately / Nightrain / Ghost / Mean Bone / Back From Cali / Rocket Queen / Civil War / Nothing To Say / Starlight / Promise / Doctor Alibi / Speed Parade / Watch This / Beggars And Hangers-On / Patience / Godfather Solo / Sweet Child O' Mine / Slither / By The Sword / Mr. Brownstone / Paradise City

Thanks to Isabelle, Manon and Charlotte.
October 11, 2011

Marshall AFD100 SCE Slash

The Marshall AFD100 SCE is strictly limited to 100 pieces worldwide and is a Special Collectors Edition by Marshall, in collaboration with Slash. The original AFD100 was limited to 2,300 and was a massive success, and the AFD100SCE is based on the same product and design. However, this AFD100 package includes a full ATA spec flightcase complete with Slash logo, a deluxe amp cover and several classy cosmetic upgrades. The amp itself is finished in black snakeskin tolex and is hand signed by Slash himself. Each AFD100SCE amplifier is individually numbered, which is laser-etched onto the high polish stainless steel front panel.

Marshall AFD100 Special Collectors Edition Slash Signature amp

Marshall AFD100 Special Collectors Edition Slash Signature amp

Specifications of the Marshall AFD100SCE Slash Signature guitar amp
  • Power: 100W infinitely adjustable down to 0.1W
  • Preamp Valves: 5 x ECC83
  • Power amp Valves: 4 x 6550
  • Channels: 2 input 2 channel vintage styled
  • Effects Loop: Switchable via front panel
  • Power Selection: 100W using 4 x 6550 valves
  • Attenuation: Marshall designed attenuation down to 0.1W
  • Valve Bias circuit: Automatic Self Bias with valve fault indicator
  • Speaker output: 2 x 4Ω 2 x 8Ω 1 x 16Ω
  • Black snakeskin vinyl covering
  • Silver piping and beading throughout
  • Cabinet: Marshall sized head box with highly polished stainless steel panels
  • Footswitch supplied (PEDL-00053)
  • Dimensions (mm): 745 x 290 x 230
  • Weight (kg): 22.4

Thanks to Angelo!!!
September 17, 2011

Use Your Illusion 20th Anniversary

Use Your Illusion 20th Anniversary
With enough music for two albums, Guns N' Roses release Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II the same day: September 17, 1991. The albums debut at number 2 and 1 respectively in the Billboard charts, setting a record as they become the first and only group to date to achieve this feat. The albums spend 108 weeks in the charts!!!

It's been 20 years...

To celebrate Use Your Illusion 20th Anniversary check out this long article with exclusive commentary from Slash: The story of Use Your Illusion I & II

Midnight release of Use Your Illusion albums on September 17, 1991

>> Use Your Illusion I article on Wikipedia
>> Use Your Illusion II article on Wikipedia
September 14, 2011

Slash @ Road Recovery Benefit Concert

Slash performed as this year's Road Recovery honoree at their annual concert in New York City at the Best Buy Theater on Sept 13.

Main band: Slash, Gilby Clarke, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum and Wayne Kramer.
Guests: Jill Sobule, Carl Restivo, Jimmy Gnecco, Reeve Carney, Dick Manitoba and Dave Kushner.

  1. Birthday (The Beatles)
  2. Miss You (The Rolling Stones)
  3. Dead Flowers (The Rolling Stones)
  4. Tijuana Jail (Gilby Clarke)
  5. Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd)
  6. Alway On The Run (Lenny Kravitz)
  7. Hey Joe (Jimi Hendrix)
  8. Mama Kin (Aerosmith)
  9. Superstition (Stevie Wonder)
  10. Slither (Velvet Revolver)
  11. It's So Easy (Guns N' Roses)
  12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan)
  13. God Save The Queen (Sex Pistols)
  14. Kick Out The Jams (MC5)

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