Watch Guns N' Roses 3D Concert Trailer

"Appetite for Democracy" shows their epic Las Vegas performance in 3D. See a full clip of closing song "Paradise City" right here.

Watch Guns N' Roses 3D Concert Trailer
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Guns N' Roses have posted the official trailer to their forthcoming 3D concert movie "Appetite for Democracy". The movie was filmed before a live audience at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas in November last year. You can see the trailer and a full performance of their classic song "Paradise City" in the clips below. The setlist features songs from their entire career, from their debut album "Appetite for Destruction" in 1987 to their latest release "Chinese Democracy" in 2008. Of course, Axl Rose is the only original member to appear in the current lineup of the band. "See for yourself as Sin City transforms into Paradise City," exclaims an energetic voice-over artist in the trailer. "If you only see one concert film in your lifetime, this is the one to see!" Setlist for "Appetite for Democracy": 01. Chinese Democracy 02. Welcome to the Jungle 03. It's So Easy 04. Mr. Brownstone 05. Estranged 06. Rocket Queen 07. Richard Fortus Guitar Solo 08. Live and Let Die (Wings cover) 09. This I Love 10. Motivation (Tommy Stinson song) 11. Better 12. Dizzy Reed Piano Solo 13. Catcher in the Rye 14. Street of Dreams 15. You Could Be Mine 16. DJ Ashba Guitar Solo 17. Sweet Child O' Mine 18. Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 (Pink Floyd cover) 19. November Rain 20. Glad to Be Here (Bumblefoot cover) 21. Objectify (Bumblefoot cover) 22. Don't Cry 23. Used to Love Her 24. Civil War 25. The Seeker (The Who cover) 26. Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan cover) 27. Jam 28. Nightrain Encore: 29. Don't Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young cover) 30. Jam 31. Madagascar 32. Jam 33. Patience 34. Paradise City Watch the official trailer for "Appetite for Democracy" here:
Watch a cut of "Paradise City" from the 3D movie here:

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    mowgli94
    I heard that the first scene is just a muted black screen which lasts for about 2 hours before the set actually begins... for that genuine live GNR experience!
    The_Locker
    To add to the experience further one lucky audience member will have their teeth knocked out by a flying microphone at some point.
    Freels
    "If you only see one concert film in your lifetime, this is the one to see!" Easily the most absurd statement I've heard this year.
    Acezs
    Axl N Friends
    ScottStewart1
    I didn't realize Howard Jones was one of the 'friends'. He's pretty good on the drums too!
    denzer1992
    myles kennedy is waaaaay better
    juzza1
    I've seen GnR in '88, '92 and 2007 and was shocked at how good he sang in '07 BUT sadly his voice from what I've seen on youtube has been in decline ever since which is sad (the new, young fans will never get to see/hear what GNR was really all about and that was a kick ass, straight ahead RnR band who didn't give a f#@k)
    Wininacan
    blow it out your ass already. Lets break it down, before chinese democracy Axl had 27 writing credits and Izzy had 17. Slash only had 12 and thats inflated because in a good deal of the songs he is credited on it was just for a single riff, lead, or solo. And Duff only had 5 writing credits. Ohh and the amazing matt sorum, he wrote dick
    uziyourillusion
    First, Slash has 19 credits, go count again. Second, those credits mean absolutely nothing. Like you say slash got credit for only writing a single riff, lead or solo. First, where are you even getting that information? 2nd, How is that any different than Axl just writing lyrics half the time? SCOM was all Slash on intro/main riff, Solos. Izzy did the chord progressions. All Axl did was the cheesy lyrics but he got writing credits. Slash's guitar parts on Estranged were far more paramount than Axl's lyrics on a lot of songs, but he didnt get any credit. And most of Axl's credits were on UYI filler songs, while Slash's stuff was their biggest hits.
    sklaiss24
    completely agree. bringing up writing credits is pointless. 99.9% of the time the person who wrote the words gets the writing credits.
    Blazingguns00
    Or the person who gives a shit about who's on the back of the album... somehow I dont think Slash gave a **** about getting credited for a "riff or two" , axl definitely cared waay too much about credit for riffs... just watch an interview or two and you'll get the idea
    sk8ter665
    That trailer looks like one of those cheesy infomercials you get on late night shopping channels. I was expecting it to end with 'Order now and get an official Axl Rose red microphone pop shield ABSOLUTELY FREE with just 3 easy payments of $15.97'.
    Guns N' Chains
    This is kind of cool. I am a huge GNR fan and might check this out, but in the first trailer, one line of this really ticks me off. "Legendary rock icons, Guns N' Roses" Sorry, in all due respect, those guys in that band didn't make it legendary. They were hired on to an already successful name and act. Sure some have had success, but not as much as GNR. It makes it sound like its the original guys from the band. Its not. Axl sure, Dizzy, okay, but the others? No. They aren't the true heart and soul of Guns N' Roses. I do like the new band. I liked Chinese Democracy, but its not truly Guns without Slash, Duff, Izzy and Steven Adler and Matt Sorum to a degree. I don't feel that line belongs in the promo to this.
    SD456
    I absolutely agree with You. \m/ Guns N' Roses will never be THE Guns N' Roses again, sadly.
    emhaslam
    Axl is peforming with a smile on his face, and it looks like the crowd are enjoying the show. I don't get the hate towards him really. If you don't like this version of the band, don't listen to them. Not hard really.
    dewitt
    It makes people feel good to hop on hate bandwagons for some reason, kind of like with Nickelback or Justin Bieber. Some people just need to convince themselves they're better than something so they can feel good about themselves. I would probably never even hear any mention of Justin Bieber if it weren't for people badmouthing him, because that's honestly the only time I hear his name mentioned. This is kind of like that. The people with nothing positive or original to add have a lot more to say than the people who are actually interested, partly because they've got over a decade's worth of unoriginal jokes to parrot, which makes them feel special when they get a couple upvotes.
    rishman1
    Wow... well said! On a side note, I love Nickelback (and the new version of GnR).
    BDDominick
    He's played recently with Duff and Izzy. Would've been cool to include them somehow.
    TryTheKetchup
    What's the point of puttin' so much covered songs into the setlist?
    strange-prowler
    Agree. I think they shouldnt play so many covers...I love The Who and I cant imagine Axl singing The Seeker...I guess Knockin on Heavens Door is enough
    TryTheKetchup
    I totally cannot imagine him singing Another Brick In The Wall II. And, remembering his Live And Let Die cover, I'm not sure I want to imagine him doing this.
    NorCalLos
    Man... I have nothing against Chinese Democracy or the current incarnation of the band, but that trailer was corny as hell and Axl sounded like crap.
    karstaag666
    LOL Appetite for Democracy my ****ing arse. That band is such a walking contradiction. Shows how good their newest shit is when the trailer is just full of Appetite for Destruction and a couple of Use Your Illusion songs. And FFS. Those professional musicians CANT play GNR to save their lives. Its too tidy, its too neat, its too SESSION MUSICIANY. Rock N' Roll is about rough, jagged round the edges, full on attitude. What is with that drummer? He looks like he's ready to drum for 50 Cent.