Saliva Release “Every Six Seconds: Twenty Years Later” Documentary

Saliva have released a new career-spanning documentary titled “Every Six Seconds: Twenty Years Later.” You can check that out below. This news comes as the band are preparing to release their new EP “Every Twenty Years.” That effort will be available on May 7 and it will feature re-recorded versions of songs from the band’s 2001 album “Every Six Seconds.” Guitarist Wayne Swinny commented:

“We felt like it would be cool to give the fans a little peek behind the curtain of the history of Saliva, so to speak.”

Drummer Paul Crosby continued:

“Twenty years is a long time ago, but I still remember it like it was yesterday. Making this documentary brought back memories of some really magical times.”

Vocalist Bobby Amaru added:

“My decade in the band has been a great chapter in my life. This documentary was something we wanted to do for the fans to have an inside look because without them, Saliva doesn’t exist. The ‘Every Six Seconds’ record has carried this band for 20 years and more. That’s special!”

“Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos” Documentary Now Available Through Amazon’s “The Coda Collection”

The “Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos” documentary is now available via Amazon’s “The Coda Collection.” The film, which offers “a deep dive into the culture of hard rock music,” will also be available to rent and purchase through iTunes, Google Play, Xbox, and PlayStation 5 on June 1. Director Jonathan McHugh commented:

“We are beyond thrilled that ‘Long Live Rock: Celebrate The Chaos’ will be streaming on The Coda Collection. To be on the same platform with documentaries about rock royalty like John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Dave Grohl (with his new rock doc ‘What Drives Us’ debuting on Coda the same weekend as ‘Long Live Rock: Celebrate The Chaos’) is truly an honor. As our film celebrates the rock icons of today as well as the genre’s most passionate fans, we can’t wait for the world to now have a chance to see the film on this well curated music documentary platform.”

Brian Johnson (AC/DC), Ringo Starr (The Beatles), & St. Vincent Discuss Flatulence In New Clip From Foo Fighters Frontman Dave Grohl’s “What Drives Us” Documentary

Foo Fighters have shared a new clip from frontman Dave Grohl’s upcoming touring documentary “What Drives Us.” The video finds AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson, The Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, and St. Vincent discussing flatulence. You can check that out below. “What Drives Us” will premiere on Amazon’s The Coda Collection on April 30.

New KISS Documentary “Biography: KISStory” To Air On A&E In June

A new KISS documentary titled “Biography: KISStory” will be coming to A&E later this year. The four-hour film will air over two nights on June 27-28 at 9:00 p.m. The documentary, which was directed by D.J. Viola and produced by Leslie Greif, will find Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons reflecting on their lengthy career and it will also include interviews with Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer, manager Doc McGhee, producer Bob Ezrin, Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, and more. Elaine Frontain Bryant, EVP and Head of Programming for A&E, commented:

“Through the Biography lens we are able to give fans a backstage pass to a two-night event that honors the legacy of the rock icons behind KISS. This documentary event is a special tribute to a one-of-a-kind band and the incredible KISS Army fan base that has idolized them for generations.”

Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters) Shares Trailer For “What Drives Us” Documentary

Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters) has shared a new trailer for his upcoming documentary “What Drives Us.” The film, which “explores motivations, recounts personal anecdotes, and explores the physical and psychological toll of touring in vans via interviews with members of van tour veteran bands,” will be released on April 30 through Amazon’s “The Coda Collection.” Grohl commented:

“This film is my love letter to every musician that has ever jumped in an old van with their friends and left it all behind for the simple reward of playing music. What started as a project to pull back the curtain on the DIY logistics of stuffing all of your friends and equipment into a small space for months on end eventually turned into an exploration of “why?” What drives us?”

Whitesnake, L.A. Guns, Stryper, Etc. Members Featured In New Documentary On COVID-19’s Impact On The Music Industry

DailyBOOM Media have release a new documentary focusing on the harsh impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on the music industry. The film is titled “Let The Music Play” and it features members of Whitesnake, Foreigner, Stryper, L.A. Guns, Enuff- Z’Nuff, and more. The documentary was written by executive producer Cate Meighan, with Emmy Award-winning video-editor and co-producer Heather Dauterive. It also includes an original score by award-winning multi-instrumentalist Jack Miele. Here’s a description of the film:

“A feature-length documentary by DailyBOOM Media on Covid-19’s crushing impact on the music industry as seen through the eyes of artists, musicians, promoters, venue owners, merchandisers and Save Our Stages/NIVA ambassadors.”

Watch New Trailer For “30 Years Of Sacrifice: The Story Of Living Sacrifice” Documentary

Living Sacrifice have shared a new trailer for their new documentary “30 Years Of Sacrifice: The Story Of Living Sacrifice.” That film will premiere during a virtual event on March 27. The livestream will also include a Q&A with the band and director David Lipke. Tickets can be found HERE.

New Life Of Agony Documentary “The Sound Of Scars” To Premiere In April

Life Of Agony have announced that their new documentary, “The Sound Of Scars,” will officially premiere next month. Fans will be able to watch the director’s cut of the film during a two-week virtual screening event, which will launch on April 16. More details can be found at soundsofscars.com.

Director Leigh Brooks (“Terrorvision: Wired Up and Scary”) commented:

“This isn’t a typical music documentary. It’s as personal as it gets. I first saw the band live at the London Astoria in 1996. Since then, LOA has become an absolute go-to when I felt alone and insecure about myself. This film is an intimate portrait that sheds light on the real life stories that make their music so vital and relevant.”

Vocalist Mina Caputo continued:

“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 others where we rise strong. Enjoy this gift of imperfection. May you find the tools to be braver with this film.”

Guitarist Joey Zampella added:

“We’ve completely ripped our deepest selves open for this film. The audience and our fan base will completely understand the mold we were broken from, and what this journey means to us.”

The following was also said in a press release:

”The Sound of Scars‘ utilizes personal archive footage, rare photographs, and lost interviews, along with new, never-before-seen conversations with the band and their family members that tells the story of how three friends overcame domestic violence, substance abuse, and depression to form one of the most influential bands in its genre.

Through the success of their groundbreaking 1993 debut ‘River Runs Red‘, hailed by Rolling Stone as ‘One of the Greatest Metal Albums of All Time’, they channeled their cumulative life stories into a soundtrack for a broken generation. At the time, that newfound fame allowed them to escape the tragedies of their pasts, but in the wake of their accomplishments, unforeseen obstacles arose.

The 90-minute film also takes a deep dive into lead vocalist Mina Caputo’s gender transition.”

New Documentary On The Prodigy Is In The Works

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a new documentary focusing on The Prodigy is currently in the works. The film is being produced by Pulse Films in collaboration with the band’s own Liam Howlett and Maxim. The documentary will be dedicated to the late Keith Flint.

Here’s a description of the film:

“Directed by multi-Grammy nominated Paul Dugdale and written alongside Sam Bridger, the feature — provisionally entitled ‘The Prodigy’ and being produced by founding members Liam Howlett and Maxim — will tell what the filmmakers are describing as ‘the raw, uncompromising and emotional story of a gang of young outlaws from Essex who came together in the vortex of the late 80s U.K. rave scene.'”

The band said the following:

“After the devastating passing of our brother Keef in 2019, the time feels right for us to tell the story of our band, all of it, the whole nine.

It’s a story of the chaotic and troubled journey of our gang, our band, the people’s band, The Prodigy. Or simply, a story of brothers on a mission to make noise, to ignite the people’s soul and blow-up sound systems worldwide, that’s fucking what. This film will be made with the same integrity that our music: uncompromising, raw and honest. This one’s for Keef!”

Dugdale also commented:

“The film will be as wild as the band. Dark at times, strong changes of pace, it will be a visual assault too, stylistically striking, contemporary and challenging. We want the viewers to leave the cinema like they’ve just stepped off a roller-coaster.”

Bridger added:

“The Prodigy are the most iconic British electronic band of their generation, a group who single-handedly altered the course of popular music. Our ethos at Pulse Films in the music documentary space has always been to tell unique stories about iconic artists in new and disruptive ways. Partnering with The Prodigy and their long-time directing collaborator Paul Dugdale enables us to continue that tradition and create a film that reflects the heart, sheer imagination and danger of The Prodigy.”