SPIN.com has posted a six-and-a-half-minute video of Ben Lashes of Seattle punk group the LASHES chatting it up with former GUNS N' ROSES and current VELVET REVOLVER guitarist Slash filmed at the September 3, 2008 installment of Guitar Center Sessions in Northridge, California.Slash talked about the progress of his new solo album in a new interview with England's NME Radio, saying he's got demos recorded of 14 songs. He plans to enlist a number of different singers to appear on the CD, although he has not yet revealed any names. VELVET REVOLVER is still looking for a new vocalist to replace Scott Weiland before beginning work on its third studio effort. Slash said he wasn't sure if his album would arrive before the next VELVET REVOLVER disc. Slash will also release a series of new guitars, the Gibson and Epiphone Les Paul Goldtop range, on October 7.
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