Get ready for Guns N' Roses in 3-D! The forthcoming film 'Appetite For Democracy' will give fans exactly that, and the band has just released the first footage from the project.

The preview comes in the form of a teaser clip for the song 'Paradise City,' filmed before a sold-out crowd last November during the band's well received residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The concerts covered the band's entire catalog, from their groundbreaking debut, 'Appetite For Destruction,' through the 2008 'Chinese Democracy' LP.

According to Blabbermouth, the band drew criticism during their Vegas run from Clark County commissioners due to the ad imagery for the concerts, which featured the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign, and below it, the image of a woman who appeared to have been sexually assaulted. The ad had been used in newspapers as well as on taxi cabs.

No release date has been set for the 'Appetite For Democracy' film, but you can watch the preview clip below. Guns N' Roses are also one of four finalists in our 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Bowl -- you can vote for your favorite remaining bands right here.

Watch 'Paradise City' by Guns N' Roses