Review: Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators – Apocalyptic Love



In contrast to his 2010 self-titled disc, a diverse affair with a multitude of guest vocalists that sometimes seemed strained under the weight of its creator’s own grand ambition, here Slash and his band, fronted by Alter Bridge’s Myles Kennedy, let the riffs and hooks fly freely. Though there are enough left turns to keep listeners on their toes (the flamenco intro and classical motifs of “Anastasia,” the positively Slayer-esque harmony guitar lines in “Halo”), Apocalyptic Love is at heart a collection of lean, high-octane rock-and-roll tunes built to be blasted out of open-top sports cars or, more suitably, open-air stadiums. RICHARD BIENSTOCK

Check out “You’re a Lie” off Apocalyptic Love, live at the 2012 Golden Gods, below:

  • Cristian Jiménez Cabrera

    What a lame review!… one paragraph only?…. terrible!

    • skikboy

      I thought the same. Also, 4 stars? This album easily deserves a 5 =P 

  • Chris

    Short but that sums it up pretty well! 

  • Southernbelle816

    5 stars…you know an album is amazing when you can’t skip any tracks. They’re all that good. Wat to go Slash! Can’t wait to see ya August 4th!