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2009.05.04 - Stereokill - No Sorum On Slash Solo Album

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Post by Blackstar Tue Jul 06, 2021 8:32 am

No Sorum on Slash solo album

Velvet Revolver drummer Matt Sorum has stated that he will not appear on bandmate Slash’s upcoming solo album:

" He hasn’t asked me. You know, he’s got Jason Bonham playing on it, and Travis Barker, and I think he wants to, kind of, separate himself and do his own thing and that’s cool. I mean when he first did Slash’s Snakepit, I told him years ago that I thought it might be a good idea for him to bring in different singers and do that kind of thing, when we did the first Snakepit album way back when. Now he’s doing it, and I think it’s a good time for him to explore other styles of music because he’s such a great guitar player. He’s lent his guitar playing to so many great artists like everyone from Iggy Pop to Dylan, and he’s played with Michael Jackson. I mean he’s played with everybody. So to ask a favor back for him, it’s a big thing for Slash and I’m really excited for him."

You know what, I really like Sorum. He comes across as an amiable, salt-of-the-earth character, and his contributions to Indie 103.1’s Camp Freddy Radio were always entertaining.

On another note, it’s strange to think of Travis Barker recording with Slash. Both are undeniably talented and respected musicians, but they seem like an odd pair. Then again, Barker did perform Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song” with Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro and Flea last year; Barker’s branching out these days.

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