‘Long Live Rock’ Documentary Gets March 2021 Release Date

Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos, the upcoming documentary spotlighting rock culture, will be released on Mar. 12, 2021 via Abramorama, according to Variety.

The film, which is Jonathan McHugh’s directorial debut, was filmed at rock festivals around America to showcase the fans of the genre. Interviews with artists like Metallica, Guns N ‘Roses, Slipknot, Korn, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Rage Against the Machine, Greta Van Fleet, Halestorm, Machine Gun Kelly, and Shinedown will also be included. Long Live Rock was produced by McHugh, Gary Spivack, and Jonathan Platt.

In a statement, McHugh said, “Gary Spivack and I wanted to make a film celebrating the chaos of rock culture. Growing up in NYC I would do whatever it took to get in to see bands like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and other rock icons. We were lucky enough to work with great rock stars like Motley Crüe and the legendary Metallica when we met at Elektra Records in the ’90s. Now 25 years later we are so proud to partner with Abramorama to shine a light on the most passionate fans in the world and the music that drives them. Since we have not been able to attend concerts and may not for a while, we hope our film can fill this void…until the day we can all rock out together again!”

Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos will launch on Abramorama’s affiliate partner platform Watch Now @ Home on Mar. 12. There will be an online global red carpet premiere screening event the day before (Mar. 11) featuring a Q&A with the filmmakers, band members, and some surprise guests.

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