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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have a new feature-length documentary and live album

Both titled 'Chunky Shrapnel', they'll be with us this month.
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Published: 9:07 am, April 03, 2020
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have a new feature-length documentary and live album

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have announced plans for a new feature-length documentary and live album.

Both titled 'Chunky Shrapnel', the film will follow the band's "adrenaline-inducing onstage performances from the perspective of the band". It'll be accompanied by a double LP featuring the music from the film, which was recorded throughout the band's 2019 European tour.

Premiering on Friday, April 17 via an online live-stream, you can check out a trailer for the doc below. The live album will be available for pre-order from Friday, 10th April, and released on April 24th.

“John Stewart (director of Chunky Shrapnel) followed us around for a few weeks through Europe," says the band's Stu Mackenzie. "It was fun and funny and wild and weird. Sometimes an inconspicuous fly on the wall, sometimes an intrusive camera man one inch from my face. Always exciting though. Chunky Shrapnel was made for the cinema but as both concerts and films are currently outlawed, it feels poetic to release a concert-film digitally right now."

You can check out a trailer for 'Chunky Shrapnel' below.

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