With his new outfit, ADLER, prepared to make its mammouth mark on the hard rock world, former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler is sounding pretty damn excited about the group's new release on New Ocean Media, Back From The Dead. In January, the band began recording their debut album with producer Jeff Pilson (T&N, FOREIGNER, ex-DOKKEN). According to the group, "The chemistry between all of us was amazing. We're not relying on computers and auto tune to fix everything. We're totally going by feel and capturing the raw energy of the songs. It's a real rock n roll album, performed by a band, with a real human element."
Adler's debut album also features stellar guest performances by Steven Adler's former Guns N' Roses bandmate Slash as well as ROB ZOMBIE guitarist John 5.
BraveWords correspondent Matthew O'Shaughnessy (WVOX's Metal Mayhem) recently had the distinct headbanging honor of chatting with the ever excited and recharged legendary drummer Steven Adler about Back From The Dead, the recent KISS Kruise, how Adler's approach to music is similar or different than his previous works, and making a new video for the track Good To Be Bad and more. Upward and Onward!
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