Guns N’ Roses will release a concert film titled Appetite For Democracy
in early April, just prior to kicking off their second Las Vegas residency.
The concert film was shot during the band’s first Vegas residency at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in November 2012. The show celebrated twenty-five years of Appetite For Destruction and four years of Chinese Democracy, with elaborate Vegas-style production and plenty of great guitar work from DJ Ashba, Bumblefoot and Richard Fortus performing hits including "Welcome To The Jungle", "Sweet Child O' Mine", "Mr. Brownstone", "November Rain" and "Paradise City.”
At two hours and 47 minutes, the film will be released in theatres as well as in home formats including standard Amaray DVD, 3D Blu-ray DVD, Deluxe 2CD+DVD set, and digital long form. The DVD and Blu-ray sets both feature the full show along with band interviews plus a 3D photo gallery, with 5.1 surround and stereo audio.
The band kicks off their second residency at The Join on May 21 for nine shows.
For more information on the film, visit gnr3dmovie.com.