Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash spoke in an interview with Los Angeles Times and explained his thoughts about Axl Rose’s live performance with AC/DC.

Here’s the statement:

“I can’t think of anything off the top of my head. The Axl-doing-AC/DC thing, I went and checked that out, and it was awesome. I was probably as skeptical as anybody because of the iconic status of the band, and he pulled it off and it was great.

I’m probably a little bit more intimidated about the idea of having to fill someone’s shoes — someone that I look up to or had a big influence on me. If I was going to get that phone call, I’d want to do it in a band that no one would expect me to be in.”

He also revealed his 2019 goals as follows:

“Next year is all touring [with The Conspirators], but going beyond that, obviously I’m not going to not mention wanting to do a GUNS record along the way. It’s not a personal challenge or anything, but I would love to see a GUNS record get done and have it be, to us, really great. That would be awesome.

I’m looking forward to The Conspirators tour. I’m really happy with the record. For the most part, that’s it — do this tour, let’s hope for a GUNSthing, let’s just keep it all going.”

Click here to entire interview.

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