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Slash has disappointed Velvet Revolver fans by insisting the band will be absent from the music scene for at least 'the next couple of years'.
The band led by Slash and Duff McKagan have found a new singer and will head to studio by the end of summer.
'Out of the left corner of my eye I saw this mast of air that looked like a small cloud floating across the room,' the rocker recalls.
Drummer Matt Sorum teased that there is a vocalist they really liked who is not only younger but stronger as well.
'Not Dead and Not for Sale' will chronicle among others, his fallout with Velvet Revolver and his revival in Stone Temple Pilots.
The former member of Velvet Revolver claims that 'petty jealousies' and rock star wives are the reason which made the rock band falling out.
Slash is still searching for Scott Weiland's replacement in Velvet Revolver, revealing that he wants 'someone who is really good that hasn't been recognized by the whole country as being amazing.'
The former star of Guns N' Roses will walk down the aisle with rock singer Darling Stilettos's Ace Harper.