Airbourne’s entire documentary ‘It’s All For Rock N Roll’ available for viewing
Aussie rockers Airbourne have released their entire documentary It’s All For Rock N Roll for viewing. The documentary is part of the group’s new box set Diamonds Cuts, which was released today. The box set includes Airbourne‘s first three studio albums — Runnin’ Wild; No Guts, No Glory; and Black Dog Barking — along with the brand new Diamond Cuts – The B-Sides collection which features two previously unavailable tracks (“Money” and “Heavy Weight Lover”) plus the bonus documentary DVD of the band.
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Airbourne‘s last studio album Breakin’ Outta Hell: ““No ballads. No bullshit.” — Well, that sounds very promising! Could Airbourne really deliver a fourth great album in a row? Judging from the two first songs that had been released — the title track “Breakin’ Outta Hell” and the first single/video “Rivalry” — Airbourne were poised to do it again, which is deliver an album full of AC/DC influenced down and dirty rockers that will have your head bopping in record time.
One listen to Breakin’ Outta Hell confirmed that Airbourne were indeed going to respect their credo of “No ballads. No bullshit.” Frankly, Breakin’ Outta Hell is everything that you would expect from Airbourne. The Aussie lads are not out there to reinvent the wheel on their fourth album and simply deliver another slab of fist pumping, go for the throat, easy to enjoy rockers.”
Airbourne‘s entire documentary It’s All For Rock N Roll:
“It’s All For Rock n Roll” is a raw, compelling, intimate, and often hilarious glimpse into the crazy world of Airbourne. Featuring never seen before live fo…