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Title: Band Called Death, A
Released: 13th August 2013
SRP: $29.97, $27.97

Further Details:
Drafthouse Films has some close to last minute news on their Blu-ray and DVD releases of directors Mark Covino and Jeff Howlett's rockumentary,

A Band Called Death


The DVD and Blu-ray will feature:
  • DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (Blu-ray)/Dolby Digital 2.0 (DVD) English Audio
  • Audio Commentary with Directors Mark Covino and Jeff Howlett
  • Audio Commentary with the Hackney Family
  • Q&A Live at The Vermont International Film Festival
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Death Live at SXSW (Blu-ray Exclusive)
  • 'Let The World Turn' Music Video
  • Trailers
  • 20-page Booklet with Liner Notes by MC5's Wayne Kramer
  • High Quality 720p HD Digital Download of the Film

In addition to these extras Drafthouse has also announced the release of a limited edition 45 RPM 7" vinyl reissue originally pressed by Death in 1976. The vinyl, featured in the film, includes the Death anthems 'Politicians In My Eyes' and 'Keep On Knocking' and will be available for purchase in custom double-gatefold packaging along with a DVD or Blu-ray version of the film. The 7" vinyl singles will ship out on August 20.

Band Called Death, A

Band Called Death, A

Band Called Death, A

Quote: Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols and the Ramones, there was Death. Formed in 1971 by three teenage brothers in Detroit, Michigan, the African-American group is widely acknowledged as being one of the first punk bands. After years of struggling with canceled contracts, increasing debts, inner family tragedy, and a controversial name that barred them from future success, Death sold off their instruments and disbanded with their recordings lying dormant in an attic for decades. After years of silence, Death's moment finally arrived following unexpected demand from rabid internet fans and record collectors, which ushered renowned appreciation and a swarm of national media attention that has now secured their place in the annals of rock history.

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