By Gregory AdamsLast year, Guns N' Roses announced that, like Metallica, they'd be entering the world of 3D film with a full-length concert film. While the release date has yet been pegged for the tentatively-titled Appetite for Democracy in 3D, which was filmed last November at Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, you can sample a bit of the set via a performance of "Paradise City."
Now, mind you, you won't see the concert-closing clip in eye-bulging 3D action on your laptop, but you can get the gist of what the show was all about. Handlebar moustached vocalist/founder Axl Rose jogs around the stage in a studded leather jacket-and-jeans combo to sing the song, and is surrounded by his current lineup, a number of pole dancers, and the flash of pyrotechnics. You can check out the whistle-blowing, extended run through of the Appetite for Destruction number down below and figure out for yourself if it's worth the trip to the cinema.