Bassist Chip Z'Nuff (ENUFF Z'NUFF) has confirmed that he is no longer a member of ADLER'S APPETITE, the band led by former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler. He writes on his Facebook page, "All things must pass. So I move on with my life, as I'm no longer with Steven Adler's ADLER'S APPETITE. Keep your ears open for new music coming soon!"
Adler earlier this week entered NRG Recording in North Hollywood, California to begin recording the first material from his brand new band. The group spent Monday (September 26) laying down what will likely turn out to be its new single. Adler tweeted at the end of the session, "What an amazing day. We finished our first song today. I'm soooo thrilled we [are] headed in the right direction."
Chip told Gerry Gittelson of Patch in an interview that ADLER'S APPETITE had inked a "massive deal" with an as-yet-undisclosed record company.
ADLER'S APPETITE in April recruited singer Patrick Stone (ACES 'N' EIGHTS) and guitarist Lonnie Paul following the departures of Rick Stitch and Alex Grossi.
Stitch announced in March that he was leaving ADLER'S APPETITE in order to concentrate on his Los Angeles-based original project LADYJACK.
Stitch's LADYJACK bandmate Robo (guitar), who was filling in for ADLER'S APPETITE guitarist Alex Grossi on the latter group's most recent European tour, will not be continuing with Adler's outfit.
Grossi recently left ADLER'S APPETITE in order to focus on his work with the resurrected QUIET RIOT.