Jane's Addiction set to film 3D documentary - video

Band to stream one-off show online next week (July 25)

Jane's Addiction set to film 3D documentary - video

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Jane's Addiction have announced plans for a one-off gig in New York next week, which will be turned into a 3-D documentary.

The band are set to stream their show at Terminal 5 on Monday (July 25) live on YouTube and are inviting fans to film the gig on brand new LG Thrill 4G Devices for a 60-minute documentary which will be premiered on the LG Thrill 3D YouTube channel on August 4.

The show will also feature a 360 degree stage set which the band talk about in a 3-D video which you can watch by scrolling down and clicking below.

The band have also announced their first single in eight years - 'Irresistible Force'. The song is taken from their forthcoming album 'The Great Escape Artist' which is due out on September 26 and features TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek on bass.

The single follows the track 'End To The Lies' which was made available as a free download earlier this year.

Jane's Addiction are due to play a one off-gig following their Reading And Leeds Festival performances at London's Koko club on August 30.

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