Michael Schenker producer Michael Voss recently revealed that Schenker is back in the studio and he is working on his upcoming album that includes guests such as Axl Rose, Slash and Ratt’s Stephen Pearcy. The new album in expected to release in early 2024.
One fan wrote: “Guess we know what Axl was in the studio for now. We really are never gonna get something new from this band ”
Second one wrote: “Do we really need it though. Latest Aerosmith albums from 2010s weren’t that awesome. It might be great if at least Axl’s voice gets back in shape for recording”
Third fan said: “Someone on Twitter/”X” said it last week. That sessions was for this Michal Schenker album.”
Another said: “Yeah even if Slash and Axl wouldn’t be on it I would be hyped because Michael is such a great guitar player.”
Meanwhile, Andrew Dice Clay recently made a surprise appearance doing standup comedy at Guns N’ Roses’ show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ Wednesday night.
In other news, Guns N’ Roses have officially released their new single ‘Perhaps’. The single was leaked by digital jukeboxes in bars across the United States. ‘Perhaps’ was reportedly set for release last week (August 11), but was delayed due to reasons unknown at the time of publishing.
Before its delay, a link briefly appeared on the Universal Music website, allowing eager fans to pre-save the track on Spotify and Apple Music. Even though ‘Perhaps’ did not release on August 11, fans were still able to hear it through an accidental leak at bars in America the following day (August 12). The track was made available on TouchTunes digital jukebox machines across the United States, complete with its potential artwork.
Notably, the upcoming track is taken from the band’s ‘Chinese Democracy’ era and will mark the rock veterans’ first release since the four-song EP ‘Hard Skool’, which arrived back in February of last year. The EP was exclusively available on the band’s official store and contained two new tracks they released the year prior – ‘Absurd’ and ‘Hard Skool’ – as well as live versions of ‘Don’t Cry’ and ‘You’re Crazy’.