Former Guns N’ Roses drummer, Steven Adler had a new interview with Des Moines’ Andy Hall and revealed the untold process of his sad heroin addiction.
Steven Adler also shared the process of rejoining Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour in 2016. Steven admitted that he was waiting lots of more invitations form Axl Rose and Slash but that’s okay at all.
Here is what he said about the tour:
“It was so amazing. I thought for sure that Axl, Slash and Duff McKagan were gonna go, ‘We’ve gotta bring Steve in more often.’ But they didn’t. And that’s okay.
Like Freddie Mercury said, ‘One year loved is better than a lifetime alone.'”
And here is his statement about heroin addiction:
“It sucks. But it’s life. And I’m not the first; I’m not the only [one to go through this]. I didn’t invent this shit. Unfortunately, I was born with this — what do they call it? — addictive personality. And I have other issues, like abandonment issues — my father left when I was born, so I never knew him.
And then the band just deserted me, and that was really crushing. I went way over the edge on that one. There are two ways I could have gone — I could have got myself better, which I was doing before they did that… I could have got better or gone over the edge. There are two ways to go — up or down — and I went way down. It was heartbreaking.”
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