The Netflix block is a real world struggle, we get that, so we've made it easier for you this weekend with a recommendation for the 2004 Metallica documentary, 'Some kind of Monster'.
Taking the name from a track off their 2003 'St. Anger Album', 'Some Kind Of Monster' (if you haven't already seen it you know nothing of metal music), is a kick ass doc worth watching more than once. Fourteen years on and it's still a killer documentary that gives a fascinating portrait of one of the most influential metal bands of our time, not to mention a behind-the-scenes look at power struggles and Metallica's survival in times of trouble. The documentary follows the bands journey as they hire a group therapist and grapple with 20 years of repressed anger. To top it off there's exclusive excerpts of unreleased tracks!
You can find the trailer below and check out the full doco on Netflix HERE.
Today we're playing a classic that will get you grooving into the weekend, Violent Femmes Blister in the Sun. Read into the lyrics what you like, it's guitar riffs and upbeat sound makes you want to move.