Okay...so he didn't completely CONFIRM anything but, it doesn't seem like Slash is opposed to a new Guns N' Roses album. In a recent interview, Slash sat down with Eddie Trunk on his Sirius XM show 'Trunk Nation', and he discussed the possibility of a new album..
“It’s been talked about. I think everybody wants to do it, and we’ll just see what happens. We’ve been busy doing this running around the planet.”
It would be the band’s first album since the infamous Chinese Democracy, which took 25 years to record and was released in 2008. Slash, and bassist and fellow founding member Duff McKagan, had left the band in 1996 and 1997 respectively.
The last album on which Slash appeared was 1993’s covers album The Spaghetti Incident. Subsequently Axl Rose was the only original member of the band left until the Slash and McKagan rejoined in 2016.
The so-called ‘classic’ Guns N’ Roses line-up returned in 2016 to headline Coachella, before embarking on their colossal Not In This Lifetime Tour, which is still ongoing.