STEVEN ADLER In 'Dahmer Vs. Gacy' Movie; Trailer Available

Former GUNS N' ROSES and current ADLER'S APPETITE drummer Steven Adler portrays Stevie in "Dahmer vs. Gacy", an action/comedy about Jeffrey Dahmer and John Wayne Gacy battling it out helmed by and starring Ford Austin. Adler reportedly plays a guy that Jeffrey Dahmer picks up at a bar and then later murders by sticking a drill into his head.

Check out the movie trailer below. (Note: Adler can be seen very briefly around the :41 and 1:03 marks.)

Adler was featured in "Celebrity Rehab Presents Sober House", an eight-episode, one hour series that premiered in January 2009 on VH1.

ADLER'S APPETITE's current lineup includes Adler, vocalist Rick Stitch (of the Los Angeles-based group LADYJACK), guitarists Alex Grossi (HOOKERS 'N' BLOW, ex-QUIET RIOT) and Michael Thomas (FASTER PUSSYCAT) along with bassist Chip Z'nuff (ENUFF Z'NUFF).

ADLER'S APPETITE played its first show with Stitch on April 17, 2009 at the The Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California.

Singer Sheldon Tarsha announced his departure from ADLER'S APPETITE in April, saying it was "time now for me to follow my heart and continue working with my original band."


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