Sharlee Patches’ new film, ‘Wino: The Documentary,’ follows a road trip between herself and her partner, doom metal guitarist and vocalist Scott (Wino) Weinrich, with a lot to say and some very heavy music to play.
Swedish post-death metal band, Cult of Luna delivers ‘Full Moon,’ a beautifully cinematic documentary experience with pin-sharp images.
Gothenburg’s death metallers The Halo Effect recently unveiled a 30-minute self-titled documentary (Nuclear Blast Records), along with exclusive footage of the band in the studio.
Jag Panzer’s mini-documentary ‘Tales From The Hallowed,’ is an entertaining 15 minutes for fans of the band and a fascinating insight into how contemporary marketing is affecting the world of Metal.
With a second album imminent and an accompanying inspirational documentary short film, we dive into the philosophical world of Asher Gamedze.
BFI’s release of the classic 2 Tone Records documentary, ‘Dance Craze,’ may be the most essential music DVD this year. Let Del Pike be your guide.
If an album is needed to help us reflect on just what is happening, then Hammock’s ‘Love in the Void’ provides that perfectly.
Moby’s documentary film Punk Rock Vegan Movie succeeds by showing that vegans are not all tree-hugging hippies, they can just as easily be the wildest punks on the planet.
Sharp editing, nifty use of archive footage and shiny new interview material make Colette Camden’s ‘The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker’ another predictable addition to the Netflix canon of crime.
‘The Chisels Are Calling’ (Street Singer Productions) offers an adoring portrayal of John Monteleone’s life’s work and process, to the point that a single viewing is a treat in and of itself.
A welcome gift to fans and a captivating window into the band’s history and performance alike, check out Clara Griot’s Cave In mini-documentary ‘Days of Nothing’ (Relapse Records).
With ‘The Jangling Man: The Martin Newell Story,’ the biopic on Martin Newell (Cleaners from Venus frontman) by filmmaker James Sharp, entire veins of brilliance are uncovered.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s ‘Trouble Is…25’ documentary (Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group ) does a fine job of playing well to its niche.