Published Apr 29, 2011Long-running BC heavy metal heroes 3 Inches of Blood are road warriors through and through. Together for over a decade, it seems as if the group are always on the go. A new documentary hopes to show fans what it's like to live the bangin' life, but filmmakers need a little help on your end to get things going.
Director Tom MacLeod is hoping to get a helping hand to fund his latest project, a road film chronicling 3 Inches of Blood's upcoming trip with Toronto noiseniks Cancer Bats, through the website IndieGoGo.
"During the month of May, I will be accompanying 3 Inches of Blood on their Canadian tour with Cancer Bats," Macleod writes on the site. "This film gives our audience the opportunity to see the tour through the eyes of the band."
Having already directed the band's "12:34" music video, which you can see below, the filmmaker has the seal of approval from the outfit to make a movie. He just needs a little extra green to cover costs.
"All funds raised will go to purchasing the necessary gear for production and editing, as well as some travel costs," the filmmaker explains.
While you could just donate some dough out of the goodness of your heart, there are a few incentives to funding the project, from getting thanked in the credits to getting a signed DVD of the as-of-yet-unnamed film further down the line.
If you're up for throwing some cash into the project, click here.
Thanks to Blabbermouth for the tip.