Make The MOONSORROW Documentary Happen!
Let's cut right to the chase here – Moonsorrow wants to make its documentary titled Home of the Wind: A History of Moonsorrow happen and there are only a few days left for the IndieGoGo campaign (which you can donate to here). With a measly 12% left to go on the whole thing, it would be kind of ridiculous to let a fantastic band's story slip through the cracks when it was so damn close to coming to fruition.
Don't let me spoil the whole thing for you though, check out the trailer!
If you're still not sure about this whole thing, I'll hit on some of the high points as to why you should care about this documentary.
- Moonsorrow is a fucking fantastic band that is incapable of making bad music.
- Moonsorrow kicked off in 1995 and immediately forged a unique sound, one we would all eventually come to know as that classic Scandinavian pagan metal sound.
- Home of the Wind: A History of Moonsorrow is being approached like a cinematic film with a beginning, middle, and end. It'll be a journey with great attention to detail and beautiful imagery, not to mention the music of Moonsorrow.
- There are some really cool perks, like packages of the DVD with an exclusive shirt, poster, and digital copy of the movie, or even packages of everything the band has ever done on CD (signed)!
Did I mention Moonsorrow is fantastic? Seriously, if you're not familiar with the band or aren't really sure if you've heard them before, check out a song (and a Rotting Christ cover) off the band's breathtakingly good new album Jumalten Aika.