Parkway Drive To Premiere Viva The Underdogs Documentary On YouTube
To coincide with today’s release of the Viva The Underdogs soundtrack, Parkway Drive have announced that they’ll be premiering their documentary of the same name on YouTube next weekend.
As a gift to fans during these strange and testing times, the Aussie metal heroes will be showing their epic new documentary – “which gives an incredibly honest and candid look at Parkway Drive’s 15-year underdog journey” – on April 4 from the following times: 2pm PT / 5pm ET / 10pm BST / 11pm CEST / Sunday, April 5 7am AEST / 6am JST.
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“Over the past couple of years people are flocking to see movies about the rock industry – Bohemian Rhapsody, Rocketman, The Dirt – from an era that predates the digital revolution,” frontman Winston McCall tells Kerrang! of the documentary in this week’s issue of the magazine. “While there might be a bunch of fans from back then who can relate to that, we wanted to put out something that would make people go, ‘Oh, this is what it’s like being in a band.
“It might not be a story of private jets, piles of coke and spiralling into madness, but it’s it’s real.”
For more from Winston on the release, watch his In Conversation below:
Parkway Drive were recently able to announce the rescheduled dates for their Viva The Underdogs UK and European tour.
Catch them at the following:
13 München, Olympiahalle (DE)
15 Esch-sur-Alzette, Rockhal (LUX)
17 Leipzig, Arena (DE)
19 London, The SSE Arena Wembley (UK)
20 Brussels, Forest National (BE)
25 Frankfurt, Festhalle (DE)
27 Paris, Zenith (FR)
29 Vienna, Stadthalle (AT)
1 Zürich, Samsung Hall (CH)
3 Hamburg, Sporthalle (DE)
5 Dortmund, Westfalenhalle (DE)
Until next Saturday, stick this on loud:
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