Watch All That Remains’ Full “The Fall Of Ideals” Documentary

After previously releasing a series of videos, All That Remains have now uploaded their full “The Fall Of Ideals” documentary. You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band are currently celebrating the 15th anniversary of the aforementioned record on a spring headlining tour.

Deadguy’s “Killing Music” Documentary Is Now Available Digitally

Deadguy’s new documentary, “Deadguy: Killing Music,” has officially received a digital release. Fans can rent the film HERE. Notably, the screening also includes footage from a November 2021 show at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY.

Watch Extended Trailer For Failure’s New Documentary

Failure have shared an extended trailer for their new documentary “Failure: The Documentary.” The full film is expected to debut in 2023. Notably, fans that attend the band’s upcoming live shows will also be able to watch a 30-minute preview of the documentary.

Life Of Agony’s “The Sound Of Scars” Documentary Receives Digital And Cable Release

Life Of Agony’s “The Sound Of Scars” documentary has officially received a digital and cable home release. Fans can find the film on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, etc.

Vocalist Mina Caputo said the following:

“We’ve never avoided tough conversations and we don’t pretend to have all the answers. But this film is a roadmap with many great lessons. It shows a ton of vulnerability… moments of falling downward, and those times where we rise strong.”

Guitarist Joey Zampella continued:

“A lifetime’s worth of struggle and triumph led to the making of this film. Life Of Agony has been our link to people who are just like us… And no, the world gets to see the inner workings of what makes us who we are. This release is something we’ll be forever proud of.”

Bassist Alan Robert added:

“Our music has always been able to connect with people on a deep, emotional level. I’m confident that this film will continue with that tradition and make a positive impact on people’s lives. We’re absolutely thrilled about all of the incredible feedback we’ve received so far, and we can’t wait for the rest of the world to finally see it.”

Will Haven Release “Foreign Films II” Documentary

Will Haven have officially released their new documentary “Foreign Films II.” The video was directed by David Owen Blackley and it serves as a sequel to their 2003 documentary “Foreign Films.”

Guitarist Jeff Irwin commented:

“I’m excited to finally share this documentary. I love it because it has the same feel as our original release but with a much more mature version of us as well as reliving the history of the band. I have watched it about twenty times, and I still find things in there I didn’t notice the first time.

Dave did an amazing job capturing us and our fans and making an art piece out of it similar to what Brad Oates did with the original Foreign Films. I think it’s a great documentary for new fans to learn about the band and our crazy journey for the past twenty-five years. My advice is to sit back and turn up for volume and enjoy the ride.”

On another note, Irwin also discussed the band’s upcoming album, which they are working on with Joe Johnston at Pus Cavern in Sacramento, CA:

“Making this new album and being in the studio has been a blessing over the past two years. we started writing right before Covid came and then everything shut down, We decided to take the down time to go in and just record the record, so while the world had stopped we were in the studio working and feeling blessed to have an outlet during those two years of Covid, the world was crazy and I think it came out in our music, I don’t like saying this or that about the record all I can say is that the emotion is there and we are happy with the result, look forward to sharing it with new and old fans.”

Candlebox Planning To Release New Documentary “Far Behind: The Candlebox Story” This Fall

Candlebox have announced a new career-spanning documentary titled “Far Behind: The Candlebox Story.” Warner Music Entertainment have partnered with Highway West Entertainment for the film, which is expected to be released this fall.

Frontman Kevin Martin said the following:

“The story of Candlebox is one that’s long overdue for a telling, and I cannot wait to share this documentary with the world — no holds barred, honest, painful, and as real as it gets. Ours is the story of an unknown band of young men who took the world by storm on their very first voyage, only to lose their way in an unforgiving ocean of bad decisions and disagreements over who would captain the ship. Though I’ve kept the Candlebox name alive in the years since the original lineup split at the turn of the millennium — continuing to release relevant music and perform for legions of fans with the help of some of the most talented musicians around — there was magic between us four original guys. And now that we’re touring together for the 30th anniversary, Candlebox is a story of redemption as well.”

Guy Oseary, who served as an executive producer on the documentary alongside Jack Piatt, continued:

“At 20 years old, I signed Candlebox to Maverick Records. Their debut album sold more than four million copies, which gave me a spectacular start to my journey in the music business. For that I will always be indebted to them.”

Piatt added:

“I was in high school when the early ’90s Seattle sound made its way to rural Ohio, and it left a huge impression on my life musically. Candlebox plays a key role in this historic legacy. This is an important story for a lot of people, and I’m honored to have the opportunity to tell it.”

Warner Music Entertainment president Charlie Cohen also commented:

“Candlebox’s impact on the music scene in Seattle and beyond is undeniable. They helped mold the grunge sound into the globally renowned genre that it became, and we are incredibly excited to help tell their story with Guy, Jack, and the fantastic team at Highway West Entertainment.”

Further information on the film was also shared:

“‘Far Behind: The Candlebox Story’ will feature footage and interviews with original band members Kevin Martin, Peter Klett, Scott Mercado and Bardi Martin, in addition to Guy Oseary, famed Soundgarden/Alice In Chains manager Susan Silver, and others. The band has sold over seven million albums worldwide, scoring the megahits ‘Far Behind’ and ‘You’, which have garnered over 100 million streams, decades after their initial release. The band’s new album, ‘Wolves’, has been in the top 10 on two Billboard charts (Hard Music Albums and Alternative Albums). The band is gearing up for a new tour starting this May.

Oseary and Piatt are joined by Candlebox’s manager and longtime music industry veteran Amy Decker, who will also serve as executive producer with fellow producer Caroline Hoste (founder, Hello Stranger Creative) as well as executive producer Charlie Cohen (WME).”

[via Blabbermouth]

All That Remains Share Part Three Of New “The Fall Of Ideals” Documentary

All That Remains have shared part three of the new documentary focusing on their 2006 album “The Fall Of Ideals.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the aforementioned record on a spring headlining tour.

Watch New Sizzle Reel For Upcoming Documentary On The Late Nick Menza (Ex-Megadeth)

Screaming Butterfly Entertainment have shared a new sizzle reel for the upcoming Nick Menza (ex-Megadeth) documentary “This Was My Life: The Story Of Nick Menza.” The film, which will offer “an unflinching exploration into the life” of the late drummer, is being produced, directed, and edited by Holly Mollohan. David Ellefson (ex-Megadeth) will also serve as a co-producer.

Mollohan said the following:

“‘This Was My Life: The Story of Nick Menza’ is now deep into the production phase of the film. The generous support of the fans during our Indiegogo campaign, as well as the amazing participation of the interviewees has enabled us to gather some truly unique memories and stories. For this, we are truly grateful. The recent Los Angeles portion of interviews went extremely well and we look forward to traveling to Seattle and New York City in the coming months for the next set of interviews. This project is proving to be an interesting and rewarding one, and we look forward to sharing Nick’s story.”

Ellefson continued:

“The making of the Nick Menza documentary has been such a joy for all of us, like a sort of MEGA family reunion where we share stories, laughs and even a few tears around Nick and what he meant to so many of us. I think this film and soundtrack will touch the hearts of the fans and viewers in the same way, as we remember his larger-than-life character behind the drum kit, but also his lovable charm and warmth that made him the beloved one of a treasured musical legacy.”

The Menza family added:

“We are excited for the fans to see the life Nick lived before, during, and after MEGADETH, it was quite the journey. Stay tuned for an epic documentary. As Nick would say, ‘It’s gonna be RAD.'”

Menza’s longtime personal manager Robert Bolger also commented:

“Nick loved his fans and always said without the fans none this would be possible. I really think Nick’s fans will enjoy this journey through his life. Thank you everyone for the continued support in keeping Nick’s legacy alive.”

[via Blabbermouth]