If you’re anything like myself, you hang your hat on listening to the bands Brandon Ebel and his Tooth & Nail Records label put out. Now, someone’s going to tell that story on film. “No New Kinda Story” is the name of the documentary, and it chronicles the life of Tooth & Nail Records (and its Solid State imprint).

From its start, the label seemed destined to fail. (Ebel)’s relentless belief … inspired him to transform Tooth & Nail from an insignificant startup to a label selling over 20,000,000 records … “No New Kinda Story” is a no-holds-barred, behind-the-scenes look at the rise, fall, and rebirth of the iconic label. No New Kinda Story Website

You can catch the trailer below.

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