Slash gets in the (video) game with BandFuse (via Fortune Tech)

“If somebody wants to learn how to play to guitar, it’s one of many options available today,” said Slash. “Some people might stumble on it because they like music, and because it’s a game, they’ll pick up the guitar just because that’s the instrument that works with the game. There’s a lot of different ways that people will purchase this game, and you just have to let it out there for a while and see what the pattern is, but I think for the most part it’s going to be kids who want to learn how to play.”

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via Rolling Stone: Slash Produces First Horror Film

What is the scariest movie you’ve ever seen?

The most scared I’ve been in a movie that I can remember was when I was a kid and I saw Night of the Living Dead in the backseat of my mom’s Volkswagen at a drive-in. I was like seven or eight years old, and it was a double feature with the Exorcist. And the Exorcist, because I love monsters and those kind of practical effects, I was more fascinated and developed a crush on Linda Blair. But Night of the Living Dead was a very ominous, haunting and brutal movie, and I remember specific scenes that have stayed with me all these years. Since then I’m more fascinated in – I love creepy stuff. I don’t go for psycho movies or people that run around killing each other.

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