Author Topic: Slash Reveals That He and Axl Rose Are on Friendly Terms Again  (Read 1488 times)

Offline Velvet Revolver

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http://loudwire.com/slash-and-axl-rose-on-friendly-terms-again/

It looks like a major breakthrough in the relationship between Slash and Axl Rose took place recently. In a new interview with a Swedish television outlet, the guitarist says the reconciliation between the classic Guns N’ Roses members was “way overdue.”

Slash was in Sweden helping to promote the new Marshall London phone, and where he jammed with the band Graveyard. In the middle of an interview, the Swedish reporter for Aftonbladet TV seemed to randomly say, “I’ve heard that you’ve made friends with Axl Rose again.” Instead of dismissing the comment, Slash confirmed the news, saying, “It was probably way overdue, you know. But it’s…you know, it’s very cool at this point. You know, let some of that, sort of, negative … dispel some of that negative stuff that was going on for so long.”

It’s no secret that the relationship between the two musicians has been strained for a long time, as the two didn’t even speak to each other for years after Slash left GN’R in 1996. So the fact that they apparently are on friendly terms again is a significant development.

The reporter then took it one step further and asked the question that Slash has heard hundreds of time — whether the classic Guns N’ Roses lineup will perform again. Slash didn’t seem too pleased with that question, answering, “Oh, I couldn’t answer that one, though. All right, let’s get off the subject, ’cause, you know, that’s an old one.” Earlier this year, Slash said “never say never” to a similar question asked by an American TV station.

The current Guns N’ Roses lineup has recently said goodbye to two of its guitarists, with DJ Ashba leaving the group last month, and along with news that Bumblefoot had apparently left the group months ago. That has fueled speculation that a reunion of the classic lineup could be in the works, but there has been no confirmation of any kind.

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I think they should do it if only for the fans.. and then see how it flows..  but if ticket's are too much I wouldn't buy one for the pure fact it's then about the money and we all know that's the mistake Scott made!  :roll:

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I have a feeling the ticket prices would be very high. 

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Well, I better start saving my money then because, if this really, happens, I plan to be there!   :)

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its safe to say.. its going to happen..  ;) :lol: and good luck to them I say.. just hope they find the magic they once had and that I'm not sold out! for the sake of being nice..

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I have a feeling the ticket prices would be very high.

heehee I know however I would pay £45..  anything above that at a London show  + uk euro would be to high for most working ppl imo! however they could just be a sell out and do a few shows in london and only do big venues @ £125 a ticket guess time will tell how they play and if they want to play?
« Last Edit: October 17, 2015, 07:12:29 PM by born2boogie »