Former GUNS N’ ROSES guitarist Slash has told Inland Valley Daily Bulletin that the writing for his next record — the third album with MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS — is 90 percent completed. The plan is for the band to enter the studio in the spring to begin recording the disc for a late 2016 release.
“The stuff for the next record is really great,” Slash said of the material. “One of the cool things about this band is that instead of peaking early and burning out is we’ve started at one place and escalated in terms of our creative inspiration.”
He continued: “It keeps getting better from record to record, which is a really nice thing to have happen, so yeah, we just seem to get more in a groove the longer we stay together and the harder we work on the road and so on. It just seems to come out in the new material.”
Asked if he prefers performing or recording in a studio, Slash said: “I live for live performing but I can’t perform live if I don’t record, ya know? I like writing and I like composing, seeing an idea through from beginning until it’s a complete song and all that, but at the end of the day, it’s all a means to get out on the road and play in front of an audience.”
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