Women in Music 2016
Watch Billboard and American Express' 'Women in Music: Inspiring a Generation' Video
Bozoma Saint John Accepts Executive of the Year Honor at Women In Music 2016: 'We're Knocking Dudes Out of the Way to Make Room for You'
Shania Twain Accepts Icon Award at Billboard Women in Music 2016, Credits 'Dreaming, Working Hard & Being Courageous'
Kesha Accepts Trailblazer Award at Billboard Women in Music 2016: 'Don't Let Anyone Take Your Happiness'
Watch Slash Talk Upcoming U.S. Tour & Horror Flicks at Sundance
That's right, Slash is in the movie business -- horror, in particular. "I'm into bringing back the psychological, the super scary," he told Billboard in Park City, Utah. "Especially the things you can't see going on… character-driven, plot-driven kinda things."
Slash promises to have a film out by the end of 2015, and hinted that he's working on more than one right now. And he's no newbie to the scene; in 2013, he made his debut producing and writing the score for the horror flick Nothing Left to Fear.
And he's getting ready to head out on tour, too. Back in Sept. 2014, he released a new solo album (World on Fire, along with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators) and told Billboard when he plans to tour the U.S.