Guns N’ Roses’ Slash Calls Out Hall of Fame Disrespect


Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash took to social media via Instagram to encourage fans to vote for Motorhead in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s current induction fan vote. Motorhead has been eligible for induction since 2002 and was a pioneer in the genre of heavy metal, more specifically speed and thrash metal. Slash’s brother leaked out this horrible Axl Rose wig photo recently.

Should Motorhead win this current fan vote, they will be inducted into the rock’s hallowed halls and join fellow heavy metal idols such as Metallica and Black Sabbath – the only two heavy metal bands currently inducted as it stands in the rock and roll Hall of Fame. Although hard rock bands such as Guns N’ Roses have certainly been rooted within the genre. You can view Slash’s post on the matter below. Guns N’ Roses kicked a big name out of a concert earlier this month.

“repost via @instarepost20 from @officialmotorhead Thanks to everyone who spoke up loudly.
Thanks to the #ROCKHALL2020 for listening and adding Phil & Mikkey.
All for one and one for all! #motörhead vote here, everyday: iiii]; )'”

Guns N’ Roses fans debated which November Rain solo is the best in a new topic on the group’s subreddit.

ledzep2isbetterthan4 said: “I personally believe it would be the 3rd just because of how it morphs into the big fiasco ending, but the other two shine as well.”

DimeTheHick wrote: ” I might not have the popular opinion but I prefer the version of November Rain on the Appetite Deluxe with piano only. I feel it has more soul as it’s just a man and his piano.

This bad hair photo of Slash stunned Guns N’ Roses fans a couple of weeks back. Garliclord proclaimed: “They’re all gorgeous solos but I think my favorite is the first. It always strikes me how Slash’s solos (mostly from that time) were melodic in a way you could hum them. The build-up to that solo is also super emotive.

The third solo is one of the reasons I’m a huge fan of Slash. That solo has this memorable epic motif and I always wondered how Slash came up with that. For someone with such a strong raunchy rock and blues background, he sure had a talent for creating melodies and UYI is full of those and was so different from his style of AfD.”