Slash Premieres Racy Animated Music Video for 'Bad Rain'
Slash has debuted a music video in support of his new song "Bad Rain". The animated clip is packed with raunchy scenes as a clumsy male character enters a striptease show, where the former Guns N' Roses guitarist and his band perform on stage.
A sexy female character is seen writhing on the stage and seducing the man while slowly taking off her clothes and underwear. As the man gets deeper into the seduction, the striptease show turns into a nightmare since everyone in the room, including Slash and his bandmates, transforms into various kinds of monsters.
Upon premiering the video, Slash took some time to discuss his new solo album "Apocalyptic Love" with Times Live. "Right now we're starting off with radio shows in the States and then we'll do as much of Europe as possible," he said of his busy schedule promoting the studio set.
"We'll also tour in Asia and Australia, and try to hit South Africa this year as well as India and a couple other spots. Trying to just broaden our horizons a bit," he continued. The famed guitarist also gushed about having a new vocalist, Myles Kennedy, to assist him in the album, which has been released Stateside since May 22.
"Well having Myles sing on the first record inspired me to take him on the road, then taking him on the road inspired me to have him sing on the whole record. So yeah the tour last year definitely inspired the decision for him to sing on the new record," Slash said.
"He has a really broad range. He is just very musical as far as his melodic style is concerned and he's also very lyrical and just a really powerful singer. There are a lot of positives about the way he sings."
Slash's "Bad Rain" Music Video
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