Just in time for a metal Christmas, August Burns Red will release their upcoming documentary, “Foreign & Familiar,” on Dec. 3. You can pre-order the DVD now.

The Foreign & Familiar Edition features the entire album, plus a 100 minute documentary. The documentary chronicles the entire 18-month touring cycle behind the band’s breakout 2011 album Leveler, whose critical and commercial success catapulted the band to the forefront of the modern heavy music scene. From headlining tours of North America, Europe, Japan and Australia – with stops in New Zealand, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and more along the way – Foreign & Familiar shows the globetrotting metal titans doing what they do best in settings all over the world.

Track listing

1.  Provision
2.  Treatment
3.  Spirit Breaker
4.  Count It All As Lost
5.  Sincerity
6.  Creative Captivity
7.  Faultline
8.  Beauty In Tragedy
9.  Animals
10.  Echoes
11.  The First Step

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