Slash's New Supergroup Makes U.S. Debut

Kings of Chaos, a new supergroup that features Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, Glenn Hughes, Corey Taylor and Steve Stevens, made their U.S. debut on November 18 at the Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles.

Blabbermouth reports that the concert, titled "Tokyo Celebrates the Dolphin," benefited Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, an organization that, according to its website, "aims to stop dolphin slaughter and exploitation around the world."

The two-hour show featured each group member playing hits from their respective bands. Kings of Chaos have two more shows scheduled this month: one in Asuncion, Paraguay, and another in Mexico City.

Back in September, Hughes said that the Kings would "tour pockets of the world - the exotics . . . and the tropics and even America . . . The lineups with the Kings of Chaos, vocally, will change. The core band will be the same."

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