Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Guns N’ Roses clarify video shoot reports

Guns N’ Roses are clarifying reports that the band will film a new video in London this week.

A UK network called Casting Call Pro posted an online ad for two "kidnapping bad ass chicks" (ages 18 to 26) to appear in a Guns 'n' Roses video shoot on February 6.

antiMusic reports they were informed by the band's camp that they have nothing to do with video shoot and it appears that it is for a video by this unknown hip-hop group for a song called "Guns N Roses" - totally unrelated to the famed band that recently announced a reunion with several members of the original lineup.

“This is a narrative film for hip hop group,” reads the details of the production in the Casting Call Pro ad. “The video follows the artist who has been kidnapped by a gang of female kick ass bad chicks. The film is ‘Oceans 11/12/13’ meets ‘Reservoir Dogs’ with slick cuts, split screen, etc.”

Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan and unconfirmed others will launch a 2016 reunion tour with two shows in Las Vegas in April followed by two headline spots at Coachella later in the same month.

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