RATT Frontman Stephen Pearcy Releases New Documentary “Nothing To Lose”

RATT singer Stephen Pearcy has released a new documentary titled “Nothing To Lose – A Stephen Pearcy Rockumentary.” The film, which focuses on the frontman’s life and career, is available on ASY TV via Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Firestick or at ASYTV.com.

Deadguy Documentary “Deadguy: Killing Music” To Premiere In September

The new Deadguy documentary, “Deadguy: Killing Music,” is set to premiere at the Underground Arts in Philadelphia, PA on September 24. The screening will also include a tapping of Deadguy and Broken Goblet Brewing’s new collaborative beer, “Makeshift Atomsmasher,” and a Q&A with the band and director Bill Saunders. Tickets can be found HERE. As previously reported, Deadguy will also be performing at the 2021 “Decibel Metal And Beer Fest” in Philadelphia, PA on September 25.

Watch New Mini-Documentary On Foo Fighters’ Recent Madison Square Garden Concert

On June 20, Foo Fighters helped reopen Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY with the first full capacity show since the coronavirus pandemic. A new mini-documentary on that concert, titled “The Day The Music Came Back,” can be found below:

Watch First Trailer For HBO’s “Woodstock ‘99: Peace, Love, And Rage” Documentary

The first trailer has been shared for HBO’s new documentary on the infamous Woodstock ’99 festival. The film, which is titled “Woodstock ‘99: Peace, Love, And Rage,” will be released on July 23 as part of HBO‘s new “Music Box” series. Woodstock ’99 was held in Rome, NY back in July 1999 and it ended up turning into a disaster. The conditions for the crowd were poor and things turned destructive during Limp Bizkit‘s set, before fires and riots broke out during Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ set. Multiple cases of sexual assault were also reported.

Voivod Launch Crowdfunding Campaign For New Documentary “We Are Connected”

Voivod have launched a Kickstarter campaign for their upcoming documentary “We Are Connected.” The band are currently working on the film with director Felipe Belalcázar.

The following was said on Kickstarter:

“Every once in a while—like some kind of astral event—art and life intersect to challenge and radically push the limits of convention. Unabashedly progressive in their sound and unashamed of their eclectic roots, Voïvod’s logo along with Korgüll — their mascot — have become ubiquitous with progressive music and can be found adorning jackets and walls the world over.

From unlikely origins in northern Québec at the height of the Cold War, Voïvod’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi aesthetic, fuelled by a youthful obsession with their instruments, took them from underground success to sharing dates and tours with Iron Maiden, Rush, and Metallica.

There were, of course, high and lows throughout those 40 years, from major-label support and Billboard recognition to seismic line-up changes and an event many critics claimed to be the end of Voïvod: the death of co-founding guitarist and composer Dennis “Piggy” D’Amour.

Despite adversity, and perhaps by cosmic intervention or just serendipity, Voïvod found guitarist Daniel “Chewy” Mongrain; subsequently, the band re-ignited their engines and laid a course back to Morgöth via numerous live shows around the world, a comeback album in Target Earth, singles, EPs, and finally, the late-career triumph, The Wake. In 2019, Voïvod were recognized by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences with a Juno Award for best hard rock/metal album of the year for The Wake.

True to their DIY roots, Voïvod have joined forces with metal film director Felipe Belalcazar, to make their official documentary, We Are Connected. “We have worked with Felipe in other projects and we have a mutual understanding of Voïvod’s story,” says Michel “Away” Langevin.

Exclusive interviews and archive access combined with Away’s artwork will take you on a sci-fi, thrash-metal journey into the Voïvod dimension. “We managed to film about a quarter of the interviews planned before the pandemic hit in March 2020, and plan to resume production once cross-border restrictions are lifted,” adds Felipe.

The band and management, along with past members Jason Newsted and Eric Forrest, fully endorse the making of We Are Connected. Director Felipe Belalcázar has a proven record of delivering quality productions to millions of metal fans around the world, most recently the critically-acclaimed Chuck Schuldiner documentary DEATH by MetaL.”

Fan Photos Wanted For Upcoming Ronnie James Dio Documentary

The producers of the upcoming Ronnie James Dio documentary are currently seeking fan photos to use in the film. They said the following about that:

“We are looking for your personal photos with Ronnie James Dio to include in the upcoming documentary about his incredible life and legacy. While Ronnie’s music changed many of our lives, he was forever grateful to the fans who helped him achieve his dreams. We think the best way to honor that special bond is to include your photos with the man himself. Dig into those old boxes because we are looking for photos from all decades. Upload your photo at: diodocumentary.com.”

Watch Trailer For New KISS Documentary “Biography: KISStory”

A new trailer has been shared for the upcoming KISS documentary “Biography: KISStory.” The four-hour film will air on A&E across 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.

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.”