Death Angel To Debut Documentary Footage This Weekend

Death Angel will be debuting a sneak preview of their recently-filmed documentary "Death Angel: A Thrashumentary" this weekend.

logo
Ultimate Guitar
0

San Francisco thrash metallers Death Angel have announced that they will be debuting a sneak preview of their recently-filmed documentary "Death Angel: A Thrashumentary" this weekend at Los Angeles' Heavy Metal Film Festival.

The "thrashumentary" is a combination live video and documentary, alternating between concert footage, interviews with the band, and shots of life on the road. Directed by Tommy Jones, the documentary was filmed during the band's "Relentless Retribution" world tour in support of their latest album. The video aims to give viewers an unprecedented glimpse into the world of Death Angel, as the band members reflect on their careers and the nearly 30 year history of the group.

The full film is not scheduled for release until Spring 2012, but a shortened sneak preview will be aired this weekend as a part of the very first Los Angeles Heavy Metal Film Festival from March 31st through April 2nd, 2011. The lineup for the festival can be viewed here.

Death Angel is about to head out on the second leg of their "Relentless Retribution" North American tour, with dates as follows:

04/08 Last Day Saloon Santa Rosa, CA 04/09 Dante's Portland, OR 04/10 El Corazon Seattle, WA 04/11 Biltmore Vancouver, BC Canada 04/12 Dickens Calgary, AB Canada 04/13 Pawn Shop Edmonton, AB Canada 04/14 The Exchange Regina, SK Canada 04/15 The Osbourne Village Inn Winnipeg, MB Canada 04/16 Station 4 St. Paul, MN 04/18 Larimer Lounge Denver, CO 04/19 Club Vegas Salt Lake City, UT 04/22 Ventura Theater Ventura, CA 04/23 Avalon Theater Santa Clara, CA

2 comments sorted by best / new / date

    thrashmonkey
    I'm pissed that the only Oregon show is at a 21+ venue. I'd really like to see these guys live.
    Soundservant
    I got a bit excited when I misread "Death Angel" as "Dark Angel". Oh well, most metal documentaries are great anyway