Slash's new supergroup, the Kings of Chaos, played their first ever concert in the US on November 18. The lineup which includes fellow former Guns N' Roses members Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum are joined by Corey Taylor, Glenn Hughes and Steve Stevens on the stage in Hollywood. The band is a serious touring effort and will rotate the singer as they travel the world, with the backing band remaining the same. They were born from a stint as the Rock 'n' Roll All Stars which at the time included Kiss bassist Gene Simmons and Joe Elliot. Unfortunately, the original Rock 'n' Roll All Stars tour collapsed as it went on a 10-date tour through South America last year because of reported issues with the promoters, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Hughes said in September that Kings of Chaos would "tour pockets of the world - the exotics, if you will, and the tropics and even America … The lineups with the Kings of Chaos, vocally, will change. The core band will be the same. So, it’s gonna be always moving and changing." Watch Kings of Chaos playing the classic Guns N' Roses track "Mr. Brownstone" in Hollywood here:
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