Ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash reports that he's busy working on the score for Nothing to Fear, the first project being produced for his new movie production company, Slasher Films. In a series of posts on Slasher Films' official Facebook page, the rocker reveals that over the last week or so, he's been collaborating on the music with director Anthony Leonardi III and composer Nick O'Toole.
On October 1, Slash wrote that the film's "visual effects are amazing" and that the "[s]core is just beginning to roll. Sounds awesome so far."
The following day, he noted that O'Toole, Leonardi and he "had a creative revelation w/the score last night; it's going to be fantastic."
Then, this past Thursday, he reported he had "recorded some guitar parts for [Nothing to Fear]," and that they were "sounding so cool."
Lastly, on Saturday, Slash posted a photo of O'Toole, Leonardi and himself at work in the studio.
Nothing to Fear tells the story of a family dealing with supernatural forces in a Kansas town that, legend has it, is located above one of the seven gateways to Hell. According to the Internet Movie Database, the film, which stars Anne Heche, Clancy Brown and Jennifer Stone, is expected to be released next year.
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