MXPX UNVEIL THEIR LAST PROMO VIDEO FROM THE BAND’S NEW MUSIC DOCUMENTARY, “BOTH ENDS BURNING”

Digital Version Available December 1, Physical Extended Version Available on December 8 Both Through The Band’s Website www.MxPx.com

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Legendary Bremerton, WA punk trio, MxPx will release a music documentary entitled Both Ends Burning, featuring footage from the band’s 2008 world tour all the way to the band’s sold-out Seattle show in March 2011. In this brutally honest depiction of the band, MxPx finds themselves at a crossroads in their career, struggling to find the balance between full time jobs, and the life of a touring musician. Directed by Bryan Buchelt of Snaproll Studios, the DVD will be available digitally on December 1 with the physical version, which includes over 20 minutes of deleted scenes, available December 8 both through the band’s website (www.mxpx.com). Pre-order discount packages are available now.

MxPx-Both Ends Burning Trailer
MxPx-Both Ends Burning Trailer

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