Corey's into MUSIC, playing Bass and Guitar (poorly), crappy Glam/Sleaze Metal, crappy old TV, collecting and restoring vintage arcade games, trips to Hollywood, dark import beers, Cleveland Browns and hanging out with his wife and young son.
Get a load of this show-off, who’s obviously not content to leave any achievements or talents for the rest of us. He’s already a guitar God, a Rock Hall inductee, wealthy as all-hell, and a music icon, now Slash is making his debut as a movie producer. He’s working on a horror flick called "Nothing Left To Fear", which tells the story of a minister who brings his family to a small Midwestern town.
He describes it as a "very haunting" and "somber" film that's character and story-driven instead of a blood-and-guts movie, and that’s what attracted him to the project. Slash explains that the horror genre has moved away from suspense, and instead stuffs them chock full of gore and shock value, and says he prefers horror films that build fear through the things that aren't shown.
"Nothing Left To Fear" was featured at the Cannes Film Festival in France earlier this month, and was well received at the event, and Slash has been meeting with the distributor, and hopes to soon have a release date to announce soon.
ALICE IN CHAINS' fifth studio album, "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here", is likely to sell between 60,000 and 65,000 copies here in the US in its first week of release. The estimate was based on one-day sales reports compiled after the record hit stores on Tuesday. ALICE IN CHAINS began working on the new disc in 2011, but the sessions for the album were delayed when guitarist Jerry Cantrell had to undergo shoulder surgery.