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Metal/music Documentaries

Watched these three in the last month or so and am wondering if there's anything else out there worth watching.
1HORSE the Band
A Natural Death

Earth Tour. Like a 12+ hour behind the scenes of a tour they did spanning across
several countries in Asia and Europe. Pretty neat insight on the band as a whole
and leaves you realizing they're not as goofy about their music as you might think.
A fun watch but may be for serious fans, as indicated by the ridiculous run time.
Also provides some pretty good insight on what it's like to be a smaller band and
the struggles they face, as well as a neat look at the hardcore/metal scenes
through all these different cultures.
2Car Bomb

Why You Do This. Eh. Not that great. Done by Car Bomb's vocalist. Follows them
around a couple tours over the span of a year or something like that. Basically the
vocalist trying to figure out whether or not he wants to commit to a full time band
being in a music scene that hardly ever produces bands that can make a stable
living off of just writing and touring alone. Seems sort of like something everyone
who is into more extreme styles of music, or any art in general, knows that it's
incredibly hard to make a living off it.
Under a Funeral Moon

Until the Light Takes Us. Sort of interesting but seemed to have a lack of direction.
But maybe I just wasn't watching too intently. Mostly featured the guy from
Darkthrone and Varg Vikerenes. Talked a lot about the scene and the culture
surrounding Norwegian Black Metal in the late 80's & early-mid 90's.
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