Life of Agony has announced the release of a new feature-length documentary, directed Leigh Brooks, about the making of their last album, 2019 The Sound of Scars, out now via Napalm Records. The band also announced a limited, two-week screening of The Director’s Cut starting Friday, April 16th, 2021. Watch the trailer now!
Long in the works music documentary, “Long Live Rock… Celebrate The Chaos” will finally see its release, March 12th, 2021. The film regards itself as “a deep dive into the culture of hard rock” and features Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, Slipknot, Halestorm, Korn, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Rage Against The Machine, Shinedown, Papa Roach and many more artists and bands. Filmed over the last few years at various US rock festivals, following passionate fans as they take time out from their everyday lives to commune with their ‘rock families. Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos, will premiere worldwide March 12, 2021, as a WatchNow @ Home Cinema release via global distributor, Abramorama. Watch the Official Trailer now!Continue reading
Legendary Progressive Metal band Enslaved has been honored with 12-part documentary series on Norwegian television and on Youtube. The series is named Heimvegen (The Way Home) and all episodes are subtitled into English. The first five episodes are live now and new episodes will run every Saturday. The documentary offers a detailed insight into the history of the band, following Ivar Bjørnson and Grutle Kjellson as they guide us through the journey of Enslaved’s formative years. Check out some classic and current photos from the band. Their new album Utgard is out now via Nuclear Blast/By Norse Records.
Alex Winter (Bill and Ted 3, The Lost Boys) will finally premiere his long in the works Frank Zappa documentary at South By Southwest (SXSW) 2020, according to a published report by Rolling Stone. The festival takes place in Austin, Texas, between March 13th and March 22nd. Although Zappa has been the subject of many films, Winter’s movie is unique in that it covers the artist’s entire life; he had access to the Zappa family’s vault of uncirculated and rarely seen footage. The film will include commentary from Frank, his wife Gail, his one-time “stunt guitarists” Steve Vai and Mike Keneally, Mothers of Invention members Ruth Underwood, Ian Underwood and Bunk Gardner, and GTOs member Pamela Des Barres, among many others. Winter is known for his iconic roles in pop culture hits, but has also made several award-winning documentaries. He sifted through hundreds of hours of footage to make the picture. “Zappa was an extremely complicated and brilliant man who had as many detractors as he had fans,” Winter told Rolling Stone. “I hope that our audience finds him as captivating and significant an American artist as I do.”Continue reading
The award winning documentary about BruceDickinson has released a trailer. Scream For Me Sarajevo chronicles Dickinson solo band concert in the war-torn country in the mid-90s as well as the rest of versus storied career. Watch the trailer now!
Kittie‘s long-awaited career-spanning documentary finally has a release date. Continue reading
Black Sabbath‘s ‘The End‘ film, which documents the band’s farewell show at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England, will be released on several formats on November 17th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Continue reading
Black Sabbath‘s ‘The End‘ film, which captures the band’s farewell show at the Genting Arena in England, will be released on several formats on November 17th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Today they’ve shared the ‘Paranoid’ performance clip from that special night online for our viewing pleasure. Continue reading
In case you missed the screening in theaters, Slipknot will be releasing their “Day Of The Gusano” documentary on October 20th via Eagle Rock Entertainment.Continue reading
Having recently screened in theaters, Black Sabbath‘s ‘The End‘ film, which captures the band’s farewell live show in England, is now confirmed to be released on several formats on November 17th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Continue reading