If Slash’s return to Guns n 'Roses is very unlikely, the guitarist's fans can still dream of seeing him in Velvet Revolver.
The band he formed alongside his former colleagues from the GN'R Duff McKagan (bass) and Matt Sorum (drums) in the past decade, just need a new singer to return to active duty.
The band paused its activities in 2009, after Scott Weiland, also the former lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots , was fired.
Scott even said he would return to the group, but it seems that this will not happen.
Speaking to Radio.com, Slash said he has quite a lot going on that involves Velvet Revolver away from the public eye. But until now, they still could not find a new vocalist, even if they are looking for possible candidates.
"One day, the right guy will come through the door, and this is the time we start thinking about a new album," the guitarist said.