Parkway Drive

Australian metalcore act Parkway Drive have proven they’re willing to work for success and they’re highlighting that in a new documentary.

The band are releasing a trailer for a new documentary, Viva The Underdogs, focusing on their story and coinciding with a new tour for January.

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Frontman Winston McCall says the band have “always taken pride in doing things our way” when speaking on the film. The movie is set to feature behind-the-scenes footage as well as clips from the band’s wild concerts.

“For over 15 years we have stayed true to ourselves in a world of extremes. We are not the story of shooting star superstardom, we are not the overnight breakout success, we will never be viral and we sure as hell won’t break the internet. But we have a vision, and we have lived for it, worked for it, bled for it, grown for it and broken for it. We have sacrificed everything and compromised nothing. This is an honest insight into what it takes to survive as the underdogs. Thank you for being part of the story.”

The documentary is premiering in Australian theatres on January 22 ahead of their tour featuring the same name. Other screening locations haven’t been confirmed as of yet.

You can check out the new trailer below.

Fans living in Europe will have the chance to catch the band next year on the Viva The Underdogs tour. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Dates

04/01 — Hamburg, DE @ Spothalle
04/02 — Leipzig, DE @ Arena
04/03 — Munchen, DE @ Olympiahalle
04/04 — Zurich, CH @ Samsung Hall
04/06 — Budapest, HU @ Papp Laszlo Budapest Sportarena

04/07 — Vienna, AT @ Stadthalle
04/09 — Frankfurt, DE @ Festhalle
04/11 — Dortmund, DE @ Westfallenhalle
04/15 — Paris, FR @ Zenith
04/16 — Brussels, BE @ Forest National
04/18 — London, UK @ SSE Arena

What do you think of the new clip from Parkway Drive’s upcoming documentary? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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