VELVET REVOLVER guitarists Slash and David Kushner, along with bassist Duff McKagan, will be featured on the cover of an upcoming issue of Guitar World magazine. A sneak peek at two possible covers has been posted on Slash's official fan site ( Check it out: cover#1, cover#2.

Although VELVET REVOLVER were previously reported to have inked their RCA Records contract on Friday (August 22), the actual signing took place Monday (August 25). The band are currently in pre-production for their debut album, tentatively due in February.

In other news, a full-length version of VELVET REVOLVER's cover of PINK FLOYD's "Money", which can be heard in one scene and in the closing credits for director F. Gary Gray's remake of the 1969 British crime comedy "The Italian Job", has been posted online in Real Audio format at this location.



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