Slash says he has cleared his schedule so Guns n’ Roses can start working on a new album in the fall.
He tells Belfast Live, “[My band] the Conspirators are finishing up in mid-August and then Guns is going out in the fall. But at the same time, we’re focused on working towards this new record that everybody’s been asking about. I’m not thinking about anything else while that is going on. That’s really the main focus. By the time the Conspirators tour is done, I will have written enough material for the next Conspirators record that whenever that break comes up with Guns n’ Roses we can go on to do that. We’ll just juggle all this stuff, schedules permitting.”
The last Guns album to feature Slash, Axl and bassist Duff McKagan was The Spaghetti Incident in 1993.