As everyone knows (sadly), The Chariot called it quits after a ten year run in 2013. This broke millions of hearts and shattered minds, but we remained positive. The band had just released a rad album titled One Wing. Over the year since the band called it quits, The Chariot have been working on a 1 hour movie documenting the bands farewell tour. Check out Forget Not after the jump. Rest In Pizza. Continue reading
A new documentary film centered around the Melvins is in the works. The film, which is entitled “The Colossus of Destiny – A Melvins Tale”, is currently being put together by friends of the band and first-time filmmakers Bob Hannam and Ryan Sutherby. No release date has been set as of yet and the filmmakers have plans to start a crowd-funding campaign to help finish the project. A short teaser video for the documentary can be found after the break.
Visit the film’s official site for regular updates.
Lane and I have been enamored with Old Man Gloom for a good while now. We love the ape-inspired sludgy mayhem and all that comes with it. Well, Noisey recently released a forty-five minute documentary about the band and it’s pretty great. You can watch the entire doc after the jump. If you’ve ever seen any of Noisey’s past docs, you know that they do not half ass anything. Check it out. Continue reading
Old Man Gloom (Ex-Isis, Converge, Cave In) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, The Ape of God, over at Noisey. The new track is the six minute “Predators” and being subjected to its sludge-ridden riffs, which are propelled by Caleb Scolfield’s (Cave In, Zozobra) gruff vocals, is like being flattened under a train repeatedly. Feel free to stream the new track after the break and check out previously released track, “The Lash”, if you missed it.
The Ape of God will be released on November 11th. A documentary film on the band is slated to premiere this Thursday, October 9th. The trailer for that film can be seen after the break as well.
As a resident of the south and a fan of southern sludge, I was very excited when I when I learned (years ago) that CT from Arkansas band Rwake was putting together a documentary spotlighting the heavy music scene in the south. Well, the documentary, titled Slow Southern Steel has been released and is available for streaming now. You can check out the full-length doc after the jump, which features members of Goatwhore, Eyehategod, Down, Dead Bird, Music Hates You and more. Enjoy your Friday. Continue reading
An official trailer for the recently crowdfunded documentary on Amphetamine Reptile founded Tom Hazelmyer, The Color of Noise, can now be streamed below. The documentary will feature interviews with many of the label’s alumni, including the Melvins, Cows, Unsane, Today is the Day and others. The film is due to premiere at Thirdman Records in Nashville, Tennessee on May 30th. Check out the trailer after the break.
You either love or you hate Trash Talk. Personally, I love them and the sense of family that this band has. More than that is their sense of freedom to just do whatever the fuck they want. The band has been captured on film by Never Hide Films for a five minute mini-documentary. It’s really cool and insightful when it comes to how the band operates. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
If you remember what happened in the Northeastern United States in October 2011, you’ll remember the damage that Superstorm Sandy did. Aside from dealing millions of millions of dollars of damage to homes and businesses, the famed recording studio Translator Audio was completely destroyed and the band that was currently recording there was also caught in the madness. Continue reading
The first part of a continuing video series documenting the extensive work that goes into Nine Inch Nails’ live shows has arrived on the web. If you ever wanted to feel especially broke, watch this video. You can check it out after the break and be sure to pick up Hesitation Marks when it invades stores on September 3rd.
Amon Amarth have released the final part of their three part mini-documentary, Forging Mjolnir, which focuses on the creation of their upcoming record Deceiver of the Gods. In this segment the band focuses on themselves, discussing touring life and hopes for the future. You can find the final segment at this location.
Deceiver of the Gods will be released on June 25th in North America, June 21st in Europe and June 26th in Japan.
Amon Amarth have released the second part of their Forging Mjolnir mini-documentary, detailing the mythology behind their upcoming record Deceiver of the Gods. Unfortunately, you have to have a Facebook account in order to view the new video. At any rate you can watch the new installment right here.
Deceiver of the Gods will be released on June 25th through Metal Blade.
Amon Amarth’s Deceiver of the Gods will be released on June 25th and Stereogum has another taste of it for all you mere mortals. The site is streaming the four minute, melodic galloping epic “Shape Shifter” that will make you feel like a barbaric Viking as you mosh around your room or place of work. So be sure to check that out now!
But that’s not all. Amon Amarth has also released the first six minute clip of a three part mini-documentary about the mythology behind the new album. You can watch the first part of Forging Mjolnir at this location.
Amon Amarth will also be touring extensively in Europe as a part of the 2013 European Festival Tour and in North America as a part of the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Fest this Summer in support of the new record. You can check out the full list of dates after the jump.
Retox (The Locust, etc) are streaming their new record seven days before the official release date! The short but sweet YPLL features enough mind numbing riffing to keep your equilibrium on edge throughout its duration. You can stream the new album below as well as the band’s awesome hour long documentary on the album, which can also be downloaded here.
Last year I swooned over a documentary called One Man Metal which I loved and I watch over and over again. Today McFarland and Pecci released a documentary on a band that I absolutely love: Converge. To be specific, this twelve-minute documentary delves into the life of Converge‘s frontman Jacob Bannon. Bannon talks about his teenage years, music and his angst. It’s really cool and very well put together. Check it out below. Continue reading
It’s a lazy Sunday around these parts, so I figured we’d bring back your favorite series “Music Documentary Sunday!” This week we are featuring the 2006 documentary American Hardcore which focuses on the birth and evolution of the hardcore punk scene in the early ’80s. The doc features exclusive interviews with Henry Rollins, Phil Anselmo, Ian Mackaye, Moby and many others.
It’s a very entertaining film for those who are just entering the scene as well as those who want to relive the “glory days” of hardcore. I personally really enjoyed American Hardcore. My only real complaint is that the movie basically claims hardcore died in the ’80’s…. Whatever… Despite that one misconception, the film has managed to become one the most notable and extensive films on the history of hardcore; you can watch it after the jump – Continue reading