Right, I have listened to this song in it's entirety now, so feel I can make a proper appraisal. And it really, really upsets me to say it, but I still don't really like it. I don't dislike it either; I nothing it, which is worse. If I felt like Slash tried with this song and went in a direction he was really committed to and I did not like it, then I can at least respect him for it. But with this, it seems like he came up with a few riffs on his own and stuck them together into a song. Which is what he did, so it is not all that surprising it sounds like that. But herein lies the problem - the best songs are written by bands, including Slash's best work. From Guns through Snakepit to Velvet Revolver, they were all band collaborations, and come out the stronger for it. Sadly Slash lacks the song writing strength to come up with songs on his own, which is why I feel this song, and the entirety of his last album, although fairly pleasing and enjoyable for the most part feel uninspired and generic.
As I say, it pains me to say this as I used to be the biggest Slash fan you could imagine. But listening to this makes me feel a bit upset. Thankfully I can retreat into my ivory tower and listen to Exile on Main Street.