The Metal Down Under team are stoked to announce that the iTunes version of the 3-part series is finally set for release.
Pre-orders will be available from the 10th November with a release date worldwide* for the 18th November.
The DVD was released in Australia on August 22nd and spent its first 7 weeks lodged in the ARIA Music DVD Charts and was met with 4-star reviews in Rolling Stone and Blunt Magazines as well as many more favorable reviews. You can check out some of the great words written on the film here:
We’ve also done many interviews on the making of the film and why we made it which you can find a couple of here:
So if you are keen to grab yourself a copy of the film in HD (or SD for a bit cheaper) head over to the iTunes store on the 10th November and pre-order a copy.
METAL DOWN UNDER – SYNOPSIS
Since the late 1970’s a thriving underground scene of extreme music has continued to evolve in Australia. Metal Down Under takes a look at the bands, people and events that have shaped this unique slice of Australian history.
More than just the music, we meet the characters that make metal in Australia what it is today. From promoters, radio hosts and magazine editors, to band members and extreme fans, Metal Down Under introduces you to a world you either didn’t want to know existed, or have been a part of all your life.
Featuring over 40 exclusive interviews as well as rare archive footage and photographs from Metal for the Brain, Metal for Melbourne, The Big Day Out, SBS, music videos, live concerts and much more.
Abramelin, Alarum, Alchemist, Allegiance, Andrew Haug, Blood Duster, Brian Giffin, Chris Maric, Dreadnaught, Frankenbok, Greta Tate, Hot Metal Magazine, iNFeCTeD, Johnny Stoj, Karnivool, King Parrot, Leigh Wilson, Lord Tim, Manticore, Matt Skitz, Mortal Sin, Mortification, Ne Obliviscaris, Nothing Sacred, Peter Hobbs, Phil Gresik, Psycroptic, Renegade, Sadistik Exekution, Segression, Simon Lukic, Soundworks Touring, Steve Hughes, Voyager & more.
“All I can say is: It’s about damn time! I am proud to have been a part of the Aussie metal community for over 20 years now and this documentary will play a vital and important role in finally showing the rest of the world just how f***g good Australian heavy metal is and always has been.” Dan McDougall – Frankenbok / Fair Dinkum Records
Writer / Director: Nick Calpakdjian - Produced by Animus Industries - Cinematography: Adrian Price
*Unfortunately, it will not be available for users of iTunes USA as the film does not have closed caption subtitles as yet.