It hasn't even been two years since legendary axeman Slash released his debut, self-titled solo album, and he's already set to release his sophomore album, which will be hitting stores on May 22. The album's title and artwork have just been revealed, making the anticipation even greater.

Slash's newest work of musical art will be called Apocalyptic Love, and the finishing touches are being made in a Los Angeles studio. The album will be released via Slash's label Dik Hayd International. Not only will it follow-up Slash's self-titled album, it will also follow last November's first-ever live album Made In Stoke 24/7/11, which included two CD's and one DVD.

The article states:

For the new album, Slash — along with and his band mates Myles Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fitz (drums) and Todd Kerns (bass) — teamed with producer Eric Valentine, who also produced the "Slash" disc. All the songs were written together by Slash and Kennedy, and cameras have been rolling throughout the entire making of the album.

Videos of behind-the-scene footage have been airing weekly, and can be seen here.

Included in the article is an interview with Slash, which can be read here.

What do think of the album details?