Code Orange Premiere ‘My World’ 20-Minute Documentary

Code Orange premiere a new documentary entitled ‘My World‘ below. The 20-minute effort goes behind the scenes and was captured and edited by the group themselves.

Says vocalist/drummer Jami Morgan of it:

“We just wanted to make something that kind of showed a little bit of a different side to us, but in our mind still rolled with the vision that we’re trying to create through our records. There’s a lot of loose band documentaries with a lot of footage that we all really liked watching, like Type O‘s After Dark or I have Nine Inch Nails‘ Closure, there’s a Pantera one, a great Manson one, a great KMFDM one … there’s just been a lot of cool ones over the years.

So we thought, actually about two years ago at this point, “Let’s just start shooting and see what we can do.” Shade is the one who kind of put the whole thing together and added all the visual elements to it, which I think make it really interesting.

So we just wanted to do something to shine light on a different side of what we do, because we haven’t really done anything that was, quote-unquote, “behind the scenes” with recording or us talking — we’re never done anything like that. It’s a little taste of what we thought would be cool for people who like us, or people who don’t!”

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Overkill Remember Their Early Days In First Part Of New Documentary

Overkill launch a new documentary series entitled ‘Welcome To The Garden State‘ that narrates their long career. The documentary kicks off ahead of the February 22nd release of the group’s impending new full-length “The Wings Of War“.

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Overkill Remember Their Early Days In First Part Of New Documentary

Overkill launch a new documentary series entitled ‘Welcome To The Garden State‘ that narrates their long career. The documentary kicks off ahead of the February 22nd release of the group’s impending new full-length “The Wings Of War“.

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Shining Finishes Work On New Album “X – Varg Utan Flock”

Controversial Swedish metal band Shining just completed work on a tenth studio album. The album, titled “X – Varg Utan Flock” (“Wolf without a Pack”), will be released worldwide by Season of Mist.

Regarding the new album, Shining mastermind Niklas Kvarforth comments: “It has been an ordeal of gigantic proportions, but I am pleased to announce that the recording of our tenth album have now come to an end, and I am currently working on the final visual details before this aural nightmare can be sent off to our label and fuck up your lives.

“‘X – Varg Utan Flock’ is the direct follow up to our fifth album, but, as usual it does contain a few unexpected twists and turns that will send cold shivers down your spines. It was an honour to serve for two decades as the grand puppet-master and bringer of chaos. Let there be blood!”

Shining was also featured as the focal point of a new documentary produced by Art House Films. Titled “Cold Void,” the documentary is a personal portrait of Kvarforth, the man behind headlines that have included suicide and self-destruction, addiction, bipolar disorder, passion and schizophrenia. “Cold Void” is set for release in the fall and DVD and VOD.

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Slipknot To Screen “Day of The Gusano” Documentary In September

To the millions of fans across the world, affectionately known as maggots, Slipknkot isn’t just a group, but also a counterculture and a way of life. Those fans play an important role in a new documentary brought to you by MusicScreen, entitled “Day of The Gusano.”

The 90 minute documentary is to be premiered in more than a thousand screens across the world as a one night only cinematic spectacle on September 6th, 2017.

Directed by Slipknot’s own M.Shawn Crahan, aka Clown, “Day of The Gusano” documents the Iowa band’s first visit to Mexico in December 2015 and features exclusive interviews with band members.

Confirmed cities and ticketing for the screenings will be announced in July. Sign up to receive dates and details at this location.

Talking about the movie, Clown tells us, “Slipknot still has dreams for itself. Finally playing Mexico was one of them. It’s been a surreal life of rock and roll for Slipknot and the fact that the dreams still go on for us is simply incredible.Thank you.”

Guitarist Jim Root continues, “We had such a great time at Knotfest Mexico… Not only with all the friends and bands that were there, but with the fans and the crowd we had to document it with. Now we get to share it with the world.”

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The Amity Affliction Posts “Seems Like Forever” Documentary Trailer

Roadrunner recording group The Amity Affliction has released a second trailer for “Seems Like Forever,” a new documentary chronicling the band’s history through last year’s epic “Let The Ocean Take Me” world tour.

“Seems Like Forever” is featured on the deluxe edition of new album, “Let The Ocean Take Me,” which also includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks, “Skeletons” and “Forever.”

The special edition release will be available exclusively via tour sales and the band’s own website here. The deluxe edition goes on sale worldwide on July 10th.

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Disfonia Posts Documentary Video Online

Chile’s Disfonia has published a new documentary video titled “Histeria Estructural (Structural Damage – 5 years of Disfonia.” The Giovanni Longo-directed video is now available online via YouTube. Check it out below.

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