Legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) invited MusiciansFriend.com to Barefoot recording studios in Hollywood, California, where he was finishing his upcoming album, "Apocalyptic Love", and gave the site a little insight into his gear and recording process. Check out the footage below.Slash will release his second solo album, "Apocalyptic Love", on May 22 via his own label Dik Hayd International distributed through EMI. "Apocalyptic Love" was recorded like a live performance record where the band was all set up in a big room at Barefoot. The liberated feel of "Apocalyptic Love" is evident throughout the LP's 13 songs, as is the genuine chemistry between Slash and Myles. The evolution of their creative relationship went full throttle since the two first joined forces on Slash's 2010 debut solo release where the ALTER BRIDGE frontman lent his pipes to the cavalcade of venerable guest vocalists which included Iggy Pop, Ian Astbury and Ozzy Osbourne. Slash's debut landed on The Billboard 200 chart at #3 (#1 on the Rock chart, #1 on the Independent chart, and #1 on the Hard Music chart). Digitally, it became the #1 overall digital album and hit #1 on iTunes in 13 countries. "I contacted him out of the blue, sent him one of the songs I was working on which turned out later to be 'Starlight'," Slash says. After Myles contributed his ideas and sent it back to Slash, creative forces congealed. "I went, ‘Wow, that's really good," recalls Slash. "We flew Myles out to track it and this unassuming mild mannered guy shows up, similar in demeanor to me, sort of quiet, not really explosive in personality. He then nailed 'Back from Cali' and it was like, 'Would you like to do a tour with me?' I was so happy when he accepted the offer." For the Spokane-born lead singer, the gig was an opportunity to expand his personal portfolio while exploring some musical synergy with an artist he'd long admired. Over the next 18 months, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and THE CONSPIRATORS — Myles Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fitz (drums) and Todd Kerns (bass) — toured the world on the album evolving into the tight-knit rock group they are today. On Sunday, May 13, fans will get an early glimpse of the thunderous power of the band by celebrating the U.S. premiere of the concert special "Slash featuring Myles Kennedy Live: Made in Stoke" airing on HDNet at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Slash and his band tear through cuts spanning his 20-year career with GUNS N' ROSES (nine GN'R songs will be featured) as well as songs from VELVET REVOLVER, SLASH'S SNAKEPIT and Slash's first solo album. Songs performed include "By The Sword", "Back From Cali", "Slither", "Sweet Child ‘O Mine", "Paradise City" and more that reverberate through the rafters of the sold-out Victoria Hall in Stoke-on-Trent, England, Slash's birthplace. On Saturday, May 19, the group will appear on DIRECTV's The Audience Network for the season premiere of "Guitar Center Sessions" airing at 8:00 p.m. ET. For the first time ever, Slash and the band will perform an acoustic set spanning new songs and classics. Slash and Myles Kennedy also sit down for an intimate behind the scenes interview with renowned music journalist and "Guitar Center Sessions" host Nic Harcourt. In touring news, Slash and the band will kick off a headlining U.S. tour May 3 in Baltimore. The trek will encompass three festival appearances: Saturday, May 5 at Carolina Rebellion; Saturday, May 19 at Rock On The Range; and Friday, May 25 at Rocklahoma. Also on tap is a special CD release show set for Tuesday, May 22 — the day the album streets— in New York City at Irving Plaza.