STEVEN ADLER Comments On Split With CHIP Z'NUFF, Says He Is Launching New Band
ADLER'S APPETITE/ex-GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler has commented on bassist Chip Z'Nuff's (ENUFF Z'NUFF) depature from ADLER'S APPETITE after six years of playing together. "I love Chip Z'Nuff like a brother and wish him the best in all his future endeavors," Adler writes on his Twitter profile.
He adds, "Chip's departure was my decision due to the fact that I am working on an original band with [ADLER'S APPETITE guitarist] Michael Thomas and Lonnie Johnson.
"Our first single has one of the hottest new singers in the game right now on vocals. Hint: his band's initials are just like mine AA. [Presumably referring to ASKING ALEXANDRIA. Ed.]
"ADLER'S APPETITE will continue to perform together on select dates, but my new project will have a new name [to be announced] in the next month."
Adler's new band entered NRG Recording in North Hollywood, California earlier this week to begin recording its first material. 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."
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