The Shape of Death to Come Trailer

The Shape of Death to Come Trailer (2006)

30 May 2006

Subtitled "An Apocolyptic Vision in 26 Bursts," this in-your-face documentary follows grindcore rockers Blood Duster through day after controversial day of death-rock style and tasteless humor. Tracking the band across Australia, this straightforward film captures Blood Duster in hotels, backstage, in vans and in the most grotesque and demented of situations -- such as reveling in their blood-drenched, ear-shattering on-stage mayhem.

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