TINNER: Trailer For Forthcoming Documentary Posted Online

January 4, 2012

A four-minute trailer for the forthcoming documentary about the Finnish/Swedish crust/grind band TINNER can be seen below.

Filmmaker Johan Karrento of Inbreed Film has been following the band since April 2011 on a journey with many "highs" and "very, very deep lows."

Due in the spring, "Döda Din Chef" (English translation: "Kill Your Boss") — which is described in a press release as "ANVIL's documentary, 'Anvil: The Story Of Anvil' goes DIY punk" — will include footage that was shot all over Europe, including at "big ace festivals like Tuska" and "shows in 'venues' you never thought existed."

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