Throughout their months touring for the release of their 2011 album, Leveler, August Burns Red was also filming the whole thing. The goal is to release the documentary on DVD in the Fall, but for the true fan, they’re screening the film in Chicago on Saturday, Nov. 23, just before their second of two shows at the House of Blues. They’re calling it the “Endless Chicago Weekend,” and if you’re interested, you can grab a pass.

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