They put the guns in Guns and Roses.
The Azerbaijan military has released a bizarre heavy metal music video touting their war weapons and featuring lot of explosions amid a violent dispute with its neighbor Armenia.
The guitar-shredding propaganda tune “Atəş”— or “Fire” — was performed by a group of local heavy metal rockers dressed in combat uniforms, according to footage uploaded to the country’s military Youtube channel.
The brain-rattling song is performed in an open field, with no enemies in sight, next to a fleet of missiles launchers and tanks.
It’s performed by the local musicians Ceyhun Zeynalov and Narmin Karimbayova, backed by the Nur Group, according to newshub.co.nz.
But while the metal rockers look like they are ready for some Megadeth, in real-life, Azerbaijan’s military is not as powerful as the band’s sound and has been locked in a violent conflict over land with neighboring Armenia for years.
Dozens of people were killed and hundreds were wounded after fighting between the two former Soviet republics broke out on Sunday. / new york post