Guns N' Roses have finally confirmed a release date for their long delayed concert movie "Appetite for Democracy."
As Classic Rock reports, the film, which was shot during the band's 2012 residency at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in 2012 will be released in cinemas in Europe this April. US release is yet to be confirmed.
According to the film's official website:
"This absolute ambush on the city of sin, captured in HD/3D, puts you in the best seat in the house for an electrifying once in a lifetime live concert performance. Filmed during GNR's 'Appetite for Democracy' residency at the Joint in November 2012, celebrating twenty-five years of 'Appetite for Destruction' and four years of 'Chinese Democracy,' the elaborate Vegas style production features rock icon Axl Rose at the top of his game with his current lineup performing some of GNR's biggest hits including 'Welcome to the Jungle,' 'Sweet Child O' Mine,' 'Mr. Brownstone,' 'November Rain,' 'Chinese Democracy,' [Bob] Dylan's 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door,' 'Nightrain,' [Paul] McCartney's 'Live and Let Die,' 'Paradise City' and many more hard rockin hits!
"This is the first live concert release from Guns N' Roses, since "Use Your Illusion II" in 1992. Sin City will never be the same."
Guns N' Roses recently confirmed that they will be returning to Las Vegas for another residency in May of this year.