Guns N’ Roses release previously banned video for ‘It’s So Easy’

Ahead of band's 'Appetite For Destruction' reissue

Guns N’ Roses have shared a previously unseen video for their track ‘It’s So Easy’.

The clip comes ahead of the band’s upcoming box set reissue of their classic album, ‘Appetite For Destruction’. 73 tracks long, with 49 of them being unreleased songs, the vinyl box set will cost £849.99, out on June 29.

This newly shared clip was filmed at a gig in Los Angeles during 1989 and intersperses live footage with raunchy sex scenes. According to rock folklore, the video was originally rejected by MTV and has remained in a vault unseen for almost 30 years.

Frontman Axl Rose says in the clip: “If we made a nice video for MTV, we could put it out and sell more records and shit. But instead, we’re gonna spend 150 grand just to make something we want to see.”

Watch the video now over at Apple Music.

It was recently announced that the band’s controversial track ‘One In A Million’ would not be included on the ‘Appetite For Destruction’ reissue.

Meanwhile, Guns N’ Roses are set to headline Download Festival alongside Avenged Sevenfold and Ozzy Osbourne. The festival takes place at Donington Park from Friday 8 – Sunday 10 June. Visit here for tickets and more information.