“As a co-producer of both the motion picture Nothing Left To Fear and the soundtrack to the film, I’ve been heavily involved in every step of the creation of both the film and the score. I’ve decided to make this soundtrack exclusively available on PledgeMusic as a way to gain a more personal interaction with you guys, the fans. I am a huge fan of horror films ever since i was a little kid in England, and now I’m excited to share the process of what goes into creating projects like this.
Anyone who pledges will not only have access to behind the scenes interviews, early looks at soundtrack art, and exclusive signed items, but you will also have access to a live chat where I’ll answer some of your questions about the film, the score, and everything that’s been happening along the way. As a bonus, we’re going to give you one song from the soundtrack as soon as you pledge.” – SLASH iiii]; )’
The album will be available for pre-order exclusively at http://www.pledgemusic.com/slash. When fans pledge and pre-order the album, they will gain access to one-of-a-kind experiences with SLASH, as well as merchandise for the film.
“I’m trying to find a Les Paul that I used back in the early 90′s. I’ve since lost track of it. It was an 1989/90 Gibson Goldtop, serial #70854. I always loved that guitar and would be interested in buying it back from whomever has it…. I’ll make it worth their while”
The cover art for Slash’s first solo album was created by the one and only artist, Ron English, who has now re-created a fiberglass bust of that image. In collaboration with the prestigious Hong Kong sculpture house, Garage Works, the approximately 15″ tall English Slash bust is being released on April 8th, and there will only be 10 pieces available.
Check out the song “So Long Sin City” that Slash composed with Mark Lanegan for the film, This Is Not A Movie (2011), directed by Olalla Rubio, and starring Edward Furlong, Peter Coyote, Miguel Ferrer, and more
Slash and Guitar Center are pleased to announce Philadelphia, PA based rock band MACH22 as the grand prize winner of the fourth installment of Guitar Center OnStage. One of 20 bands selected to open a stop on the 2012 Apocalyptic Love tour, MACH22 made their “OnStage” debut at the Showboat Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, NJ in September. Thousands entered for the chance to score these few, coveted opening gigs, hoping for the chance to eventually earn Guitar Center’s OnStage grand prize, but ultimately only one could win. Now, after months of touring and much deliberation, MACH22 have been named the Grand Prize winners.
Guitar Center Onstage Grand Prize Package Includes:
$10k in guitars from Gibson and Epiphone
A $5k shopping spree at Guitar Center
New gear and products from Ernie Ball, Zoom, Dunlop, Monster Cable, Pro-Mark, Orange County Drums and Percussion, and Converse.
We want to see your live photos of SLASH feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. The best ones may be featured in a dedicated Facebook album, with credit given to each photog. Email your photos to SlashPhotoContest@gmail.com. We’ll be accepting submissions now through Dec 5th. Stay tuned for more tour news tomorrow.