Guns N’ Roses’ Slash Launches New Horror Production House

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Guns N’ Roses guitarist slash launched his latest venture: a horror film production company called BeserkerGang. Joining the guitarist are Michael Paszt, James Fler and Andrew T. Hunt of Raven Banner, the cast team behind Sleep Massacre, Chase her, kill her And Wolfman has bools. Also on the side is cinematographer, director and producer Pasha Patriki and Morgue street founder of Rodrigo Gudiño magazine.

Talk to Variety, Slash said, “I’ve always been a big horror fan, especially since the days when horror movies really scared you. I want to get into the heart of the production industry so that I can try to make films that I would like to see.

Hunt went on to explain that “BerserkerGang’s focus will be on quality over quantity. We will selectively choose projects that collectively best represent the brand. Paszt added, “Our goal is to develop projects with filmmakers and writers who are just as passionate about genre films as we are.”

“The company slogan is ‘Films Forged in Fury’,” Rodrigo Gudiño said, “if that’s any indication of where we plan to venture.” THE Morgue street the founder previously worked with Slash and Raven Banner for 2022’s horror The violationwhich begins with a mutilated corpse washed up near the small town of Lone Crow.

News of Slash’s latest attempt comes shortly after Guns N’ Roses announced their 2023 world tour, which includes a Saturday night headlining performance on Glastonbury Pyramid Stadium. You can view the full tour program below.

2023 Guns N’ Roses World Tour Dates:

  • June 05: Tel Aviv Park Hayarkon, Israel
  • June 09: Civitas Metropolitan Stadium in Madrid, Spain
  • June 12: Vigo Estadio Abanca Balaídos, Spain
  • June 15: Dessel Grasspop Metal Meeting, Belgium
  • June 17: Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark
  • June 21: Oslo Tons of Rock, Norway
  • June 24: Glastonbury Festival, UK
  • June 27: Glasgow Bellahouston Park
  • June 30: London BST Hyde Park, UK
  • July 03: Frankfurt Deutsch Bank Park, Germany
  • 05 July: Bern BERNEXPO, Switzerland
  • July 08: Rome Circus Maximus, Italy
  • July 11: Landgraaf Megaland, Netherlands
  • Jul 13: Paris La Defense, France
  • July 16: Bucharest National Arena, Romania
  • July 19: Budapest Puskás Arena, Hungary
  • July 22: Athens Olympic Stadium, Greece
  • August 05: Medavie Blue Cross Stadium in Moncton, N.B.
  • Aug 08: Montreal Parc Jean Drapeau, QC
  • August 11: Hershey Stadium Hersheypark, Pennsylvania
  • August 15: East Rutherford MetLife Stadium, NJ
  • August 21: Boston Fenway Park, MA
  • August 24: Chicago Wrigley Field, Illinois
  • August 26: Nashville GEODIS Park, TN
  • August 29: Charlotte Spectrum Center, North Carolina
  • September 01: Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center, NY
  • September 3: Toronto Rogers Centre, ON
  • September 6: Lexington Rupp Arena, Kentucky
  • September 09: St. Louis Busch Stadium, MO
  • September 12: Knoxville Thompson-Boling Arena, TN
  • September 15: Hollywood Hard Rock Live, Florida
  • September 20: Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum, MS
  • September 23: Kansas City Kauffman Stadium, MO
  • September 26: San Antonio Alamodome, TX
  • September 28: Houston Minute Maid Park, Texas
  • October 01: San Diego Snapdragon Stadium, California
  • October 08: Sacramento Aftershock Festival, California
  • October 11: Phoenix Chase Field, AZ
  • October 16: Vancouver BC Place, BC

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