Bumblefoot On His Guns N’ Roses Bandmates: ‘I Don’t Know If We Ever Got To Really Know Each Other’ – Blabbermouth.net

In a brand new interview with Rock.About.com, GUNS N’ ROSES guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal was asked if it’s true that he was not treated well when he first joined the Axl Rose-fronted group in 2006 and that he had to “get a little violent” to gain other members’ respect.

Kilde: Bumblefoot On His Guns N’ Roses Bandmates: ‘I Don’t Know If We Ever Got To Really Know Each Other’ – Blabbermouth.net

â–¶ The You Rock Foundation: Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal of Guns N’ Roses – YouTube

Offentliggjort den 9. jun. 2015Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Guns N’ Roses, Art of Anarchy, and more) talks to The You Rock Foundation about fighting through his crippling anxiety and reconciling his turbulent emotions. After a car accident left him in constant pain, it intensified his depression, but through a change in perspective, lifestyle, and diet, he was able to take control of his life.For more information, please visit: yourockfoundation.orgInterview conducted by Joseph Penola | Videography by

Art of Anarchy Unveil ”Til the Dust Is Gone’ Video

Art of Anarchy, a supergroup with several well-known members, will release their self-titled debut album June 2. The lineup of vocalist Scott Weiland, guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Guns N’ Roses), bassist John Moyer (Disturbed), guitarist Jon Votta and drummer Vince Votta have unveiled the video for the song “‘Til the Dust Is Gone’ that you can watch above.

The performance part of the video has the band playing on an L.A. rooftop, first at night and then during the daytime. There’s also a plot involving gangsters and guns that features actor Booboo Stewart, whose film credits include the Twilight movies and X Men: Days of Future Past.

“When I was a teenager in the early Nineties, Guns N’ Roses perfected what was the standard for any hard rock video,” Jon Votta tells Guitar World. “When I saw the video for ‘Don’t Cry’ and the band jamming on the roof top, that was—to me—literally and figuratively, the epitome of making it and being on top of the world.”

Earlier this year, Weiland disassociated himself from Art of Anarchy. In a statement back in January, he said, “I wrote and put my vocals down for these guys and had fun doing a couple of videos too, we had a lot of fun. When they find their frontman to hit the road and play some dates, check them out. In the meantime, if you want to check out where I’m at RIGHT NOW, check out my band, Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts.”

The band’s debut album Blaster was released at the end of March, but tragically, the Wildabouts guitarist Jeremy Brown passed away just before the record came out.

via Art of Anarchy Unveil ”Til the Dust Is Gone’ Video.

ART OF ANARCHY Featuring SCOTT WEILAND, BUMBLEFOOT, DISTURBED’s John Moyer Sign Worldwide Deal With Another Century Records; Album Details Revealed, Song Snippets Streaming – Bravewords.com

Art Of Anarchy, the mega group featuring legendary vocalist Scott Weiland, along with lead guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Guns N’ Roses), bassist John Moyer (Disturbed) and introducing twin brothers Jon (guitar) and Vince Votta (drums), have signed a worldwide deal with Century Media imprint, Another Century. Their debut self-titled album will be in stores and online June 8th.

The band states, “We’re all excited our album will be released worldwide on Century Media/Another Century Records and the public will finally hear what this band stands for.”

via ART OF ANARCHY Featuring SCOTT WEILAND, BUMBLEFOOT, DISTURBED's John Moyer Sign Worldwide Deal With Another Century Records; Album Details Revealed, Song Snippets Streaming – Bravewords.com.

BUMBLEFOOT INTERVIEW PART 2 (discussing Generation Kill, Art of Anarchy, Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp and more) | CALIFORNIA ROCK NEWS

Bumblefoot discusses upcoming touring plans and appearances, his involvement with Generation Kill featuring Rob Dukes and DMC, The Art of Anarchy, Rock N Roll Fantasy Camp and he responds as we jokingly asked him if he’s going to be the new drummer of Megadeth.

via BUMBLEFOOT INTERVIEW PART 2 (discussing Generation Kill, Art of Anarchy, Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp and more) | CALIFORNIA ROCK NEWS.

Bumblefoot Doesn’t Want To Make Any Public Statements About Guns N’ Roses – Blabbermouth.net

“I can’t erase a decade of history and I can’t stop the media from asking what they want to ask and making up their own titles on their interviews and posts. No matter how much I ask them not to do it.”

He added: “I’ve been honoring a request to not make any public statements about anything related to it, which continues to put me in a very awkward position that I don’t want to be in. Not how I do things, repeatedly taking the bullet on this one.”

via Bumblefoot Doesn’t Want To Make Any Public Statements About Guns N’ Roses – Blabbermouth.net.

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