Canadian all-female metal band KITTIE will release its long-awaited career-spanning documentary, “Origins/Evolutions”, on March 30.
The three-disc set, directed by Rob McCallum, includes a Blu-ray and DVD of the documentary as well as a new live album on CD.
“Thrust into heavy metal stardom as teenagers since their debut release, KITTIE has thrashed and conquered the heavy metal world for more than twenty years. With six albums, over two million in sales and Ozzfest co-headliners on their resume, KITTIE has defied industry norms, fought back against women in rock stereotypes, and inspired generations around the globe since they appeared. Now for the first time, they are sharing their untold story about the importance of family, perseverance, and the upside-down hurricane of rock ‘n’ roll that includes a rotating lineup of bandmates, ongoing lawsuits and the pressure to live up to the expectations that put them on the map. Generously peppered with archival footage shot by the band, this film gives you an honest and brutal look at what it takes to survive in the music industry and the price of following your dreams.”