DEF LEPPARD Releases 'Dangerous' Video Via 'Guitar Hero Live'

DEF LEPPARD Releases 'Dangerous' Video Via 'Guitar Hero Live'

Guitar Hero Live, Activision and FreeStyleGames have premiered DEF LEPPARD's music video for the song "Dangerous". GHTV is the first place in the U.S. and Europe to watch and play along to the latest video from the world-famous English rockers' latest self-titled album. The premiere of the "Dangerous" music video on GHTV is the title track in the "Def Leppard: On Through The Ages" premium show, which also includes new and classic DEF LEPPARD videos for "Let's Go" and "Rock of Ages".

"When the idea to premiere our newest music video for 'Dangerous' in Guitar Hero Live came about, we were thrilled," said Joe Elliott of DEF LEPPARD. "The way our fans discover and listen to our music has evolved so much throughout the years. Whether they're playing on vinyl, streaming the songs online or playing along to our music video in Guitar Hero Live, it's amazing to see how interactive music has become. There are so many interesting ways our fans experience our music, and having the video for 'Dangerous' debut in Guitar Hero Live felt like such a great way to reach all of our fans."

"From the beginning, our vision for Guitar Hero Live was to create a unique way for fans to discover and play along to all different kinds of music," said Paul Springer, senior vice president, product management at Activision. "GHTV is the first place in the U.S. and Europe to watch DEF LEPPARD's latest music video, and on top of that, you can play along to the video with a new gameplay experience. It's very cool to be able to work with the band to deliver this type of experience, and we hope the fans love it as much as we do."

Guitar Hero Live is available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U console as well as Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

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