The Pulse of Radio reports that Slash is set to release a 3D version of the music video for his song "By The Sword", according to Spinner.com. The clip was first released several months ago in a regular flat format and has now been converted to 3D. Slash told Spinner.com, "We're applying 3-D to it after the fact. It's actually the perfect video for it because it's got a lot of depth shots and shots where everything stops, freezes and stuff is moving around it, so the 3D of that will look cool."
The track, which features WOLFMOTHER frontman Andrew Stockdale on vocals, is taken from the ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist's self-titled debut album.
The video is set in a post-apocalyptic landscape in which Slash, Stockdale and members of Slash's band are seen performing the song in an underground venue.
The stereoscopic version will premiere at the 3D Entertainment and Technology Festival, which will be held in New York's Times Square from September 24 through September 26.
Plans are also in the works for it to be shown on different networks and at selected Hard Rock outlets, although it is not clear whether glasses will be made available to watch the clip.
Slash is currently touring behind his solo disc and plays on Saturday (September 4) in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.
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