00:10 - LuciferOfGayness Its a book about swedish metal history. The chapters have great diversity on genres. There are some bm in it Watain, Bathory, Shining... It should get translated as it has more meaning to metalheads than to swedes
Blood into Wine, the documentary that follows Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan and his work towards creating a credible winemaking region in Northern Arizona, has won the Golden Drover Award for "Best Feature Documentary" at the 2011 Trail Dance Film Festival.
Said co-directors Christopher Pomerenke and Ryan Page: "Our entire team is absolutely thrilled about winning the Trail Dance Film Festival documentary award. We made the film with great care and it's been a wonderful honor to see it recognized by such a prestigious festival."
Blood into Wine, which was released in 2009 and was independently distributed to over 125 theaters in the United States, was made available on DVD/Blu-ray and Netflix in September of 2009.
If anyone hasn't seen it I'd definitely recommend it, whether you like wine or not. Really interesting seeing a musician so honest and down to earth. Most of the time it seemed like he didn't even wanna be on camera.