Slash’s upcoming ‘Nothing Left to Fear’ soundtrack features 32 songs, collaboration with Myles Kennedy
Guitar great Slash is getting into the movie business. The former Guns N’ Roses guitarist has crafted the soundtrack for the upcoming motion picture “Nothing Left to Fear,” a film that he co-produced through his own production company, Slasher Films.
Slash, along with songwriting partner Nick O’Toole, composed the “Nothing Left to Fear” soundtrack, which includes two original songs: “Nothing Left to Fear,” which features singer and longtime musical collaborator Myles Kennedy, and the instrumental “Welcome To Stull.” All in all, the set features 32 songs.
“It’s been equally intriguing for me to be involved with producing, writing and performing the music in ‘Nothing Left to Fear,’” Slash said in an official statement. “Film scoring prompts me to engage different styles of writing and guitar playing that don’t always present themselves when I make rock ‘n’ roll records.”
The soundtrack hits stores on Oct. 4, the same day the horror movie opens in select theaters. Fans will find the set available exclusively via www.PledgeMusic.com/Slash.
While “Nothing Left to Fear” will hit select theaters on Oct. 4, the film will be available on Blu-ray combo-pack, DVD and On Demand starting Oct. 8. For more information on the film, visit the movie’s official Facebook page.
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