Green Day To Screen Documentary At X Games Aspen

Green Day will screen their new documentary, "¡Cuatro!", at the upcoming X Games in Aspen.

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Green Day will screen their new documentary, "¡Cuatro!", at the upcoming X Games in Aspen, Hennemusic reports.

"¡Cuatro!" goes behind the making of the band's new album trilogy, "¡Uno!", "¡Dos!", and "¡Tré!" The film pulls back the curtain and takes fans inside the world of Green Day, from the various spontaneous live performances in select cities across the U.S. to the chronicling of their creative process while conceptualizing and recording their current trilogy.

"Over the last year while we were recording our trilogy, we posted multiple clips every week so fans can see parts of the recording process of '¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tré!'," said bassist Mike Dirnt. "'¡Cuatro!' brings our fans one step closer by giving them even more access and revealing what it was like for us to make these records."

The film will screen January 26 at Aspen, Colorado's Wheeler Opera House as part of the X Games Film showcase, and the band will be on hand for a post-screening Q&A to take audience questions.

To help promote the appearance, the group has just released a trailer for "¡Cuatro!"

Green Day return to the road in 2013 for a 2-week series of North American shows that start March 28 in Chicago.

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    Sorry to be "that guy", but it's "Quatro", although that was more than likely an accident. Edit: Although, the video also is entitled "Green Day preview Cuatro" with a C. Surely it's supposed to be a Q?
    Not really new anymore considering it's aired multiple times already on TV. Regardless, it's still cool that they're screening it.
    actually i heard it wasnt the full thing that they showed on tv and that this will be
    These guys have been on the radio almost as long as I've been alive. I've loved their music since I can remember. I can honestly say that I've never been disappointed with them, I've worn out every studio album that they have released. If I ever meet the band, or run into one of them on the street, I would have to make a point to stop and thank them for always churning out the music. During the highs and lows, they've never stopped, and man has it paid off for them.
    I haven't liked anything since Nimrod...but I discovered real punk in like 7th grade. Then on to metal in high this shit just didn't cut it anymore...
    Just because it's not "real punk," it doesn't mean it's not good. It's your opinion, but don't diss them because they're not "real punk." They are who they are. If they're punk, then so be it. If they're not, then so be it. People just HAVE to make the point that Green Day isn't punk... every article. I'm a fan, and personally, I don't think they are. But what is "punk" anyway?
    Alan Archer
    Sweet! First pubic appearance since the outburst. Last year was a year to forget for them, with the rehab thing and Mike losing his real mom. Wish them a successful '13.
    It is indeed supposed to be "Quatro," and the version on TV was only a few brief segments.