NEW YORK – The latest Guns N’ Roses project is not an album, a video or a book: It’s all three.
The band has completed a multimedia edition of the biography “Reckless Road,” in which author Marc Canter tells of the making of Guns N’ Roses’ multimillion-selling debut “Appetite for Destruction.”
The video book goes on sale Wednesday and was produced by Vook, an Alameda, Calif.-based digital publisher.
Vook says the edition will include text, studio and concert footage and interviews with band members, but not lead singer Axl Rose. It has a suggested price of $4.99 and can be downloaded from Vook’s website, http://www.vook.com, or from Apple’s iTunes.
Vook has also worked on video projects for fiction by Anne Rice and Jude Devereaux and children’s favorites such as “The Velveteen Rabbit.”