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Watch: New Slash iTunes App

Written by Marc Zanotti on June 14, 2012

Guitar god Slash has teamed up with Mativision to create a super sweet new iTunes app called Slash 360 – The Apocalyptic Love Sessions. According to an article by Loudwire, the app allows viewers the chance to virtually enter the studio and watch Slash, Myles Kennedy, and the Conspirators perform Slash’s latest record Apocalyptic Love.

As seem in the below preview, the Mativision app gives you the ability to control the camera, rotating the shot 360 degrees around the studio and zooming in on different band members as they perform the new material. The app is available now on iTunes for the sum of $5.49.

Slash was in Australia earlier this year making a guest appearance at Soundwave, and will return to our shores to tour the new record in August.

Watch: Slash – The Apocalyptic Love Sessions – Preview

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