About Matt Sorum
It has been reported that the current amount of Matt Sorum net worth reaches as much as 10 million dollars. He has earned his net worth because of his career in music, where he is a drummer. Matt Sorum was a member of the well known rock group called Guns N’ Roses, which also added up a lot to the total size of Matt Sorum net worth. With the group, he appeared in three studio albums. In addition to his work with Guns N’ Roses, Matt Sorum also played with Velvet Revolver. Matt Sorum currently is playing with the project called Kings of Chaos.
Before he joined this project, Matt Sorum played with Y Kant Tori Read and The Cult. Matt Sorum performed with some Guns N’ Roses side projects, including Neurotic Outsiders and Slash’s Snakepit. In 2004, he became a solo act when he released an album called “Hollywood Zen”. Thus, all of these involvements have also increased the overall amount of Matt Sorum net worth.
In 1989, he became a member of the group called The Cult, with which he toured to promote the fourth album of it, called “Sonic Temple”. It was in one of these tour performances that he was noticed by Slash, who was a guitar player for Guns N’ Roses, and in 1990, Matt Sorum became a member of Guns N’ Roses.
As the group became a huge success, it also added up a lot of revenues to the overall estimate of Matt Sorum net worth. He played with the group for 7 years. He appeared in three albums with the group, including “”The Spaghetti Incident?””, “Use Your Illusion I” and “Use Your Illusion II”. In 1997, he left the band as he started to get involved in more and more arguments with the leading member of the band, Axl Rose.
In 2001, he came back to work with The Cult and appeared in its reunion album called “Beyond Good and Evil”, which was released in the same year. He toured with the band in support of the album. Later, he created a group called Velvet Revolver. In this project, he was joined by some members of Guns N’ Roses, including Duff McKagan and Slash. The project released two albums, called “Libertad” and “Contraband”. Thus, this work has also added up to the overall sum of Matt Sorum net worth. In 2003, Matt Sorum joined Camp Freddy, which records rock music cover songs. Matt Sorum has appeared on some radio shows on Indie 103.1.
In 2012, he became one part of the project called Kings of Chaos. In the same year, his career was crowned when his name was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Thus, his work in music has not only made his name well known and increased his wealth, but also earned him recognition and success. Matt Sorum has also many endorsement deals, which increase his net worth. Most of these endorsement deals are with drum companies.