Rockers Guns N' Roses are set to follow in the footsteps of Katy Perry and Justin Bieber by releasing their own concert film.
The ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ stars took over Las Vegas last year for a 12-night residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and now they are releasing a 3D movie, featuring footage from one of their shows.
Appetite for Democracy will hit theatres later this year, and producers at Rock Fuel Media have already uploaded an eight-minute teaser, in which the band performs ‘Paradise City’ (embedded above).
A Facebook post on Rock Fuel Media's official page reads, "Appetite for Democracy will span the band's biggest hits from their debut album Appetite for Destruction (1987) through their platinum-selling record Chinese Democracy (2008).
"Featuring explosions, pyrotechnics, pole dancers, arieliests (sic) and one of the most explosive live performances ever! Produced by Rock Fuel's Barry Summers, Appetite for Democracy is unlike any show the band has ever done before and will ever do again."
Guns N' Roses aren’t the only rockers to have a 3D concert film on the way – Metallica’s Through The Never, directed by Nimrod Antal, is set to open in the US in August.