Discussion in 'Solo/Side Project Discussion' started by Anonymous, Mar 13, 2006.
Any news on when/if Scream For Me Sarajevo arrives on home media/online streaming?
Basically: was this product really meant for a broad international market?
This stuff is as slow as a book I once ordered from a Croat.
The last I heard is March 2018.
When I attended the premiere in London, one of the producers mentioned that a deal had been agreed with Eagle Rock for a 2018 release.
My bet is on a DVD/Blu-ray release in spring, accompanied with a soundtrack CD (the songs that were played at Bruce's book event in London were all featured in the documentary).
Balkan pride running high.
Not sure what you meant by that. Anyways, I met the guy personally and I was the member of Cro IMFC for a while. I'd take shots at him any day, he's an asshole just based on his general written opinion of multitude of things, not even going into his acts.
Cant wait for it. Bet its a real eye-opener
It definitely is a very moving film.
Recent audio interview with Bruce:
And another one with Chris Jericho:
Talk is Jericho is one of the best metal podcasts when it's about metal. And it is the best wrestling podcast when it's about wrestling. Gotta make sure to listen to this today.
Huh. Well that's really nice to hear! BRING EM BACK.
Bruce says his favorite songs to sing live are Rime, Sign Of The Cross (!) and Blood Brothers.
I'm actually not that surprised - sufficient theatrics and versatility on what is being asked for from his voice. I figured SSOASS might be in there, but that one also may be taxing.
He also mentioned SSOASS.
Yes, that is one of the things he said during the Mitch Fallon podcast I posted yesterday.
Okay, time to hear these interviews. Good stuff!
Both are pretty good.
It has nothing to do with music, but I quite like the complimentary bit about Polish people coming to the UK that Bruce made during the interview with Chris Jericho (similar to the one he made at the Troxy on the book tour).
UPDATE: Bruce said February/March 2018, whenever they can track people down, in this interview (the bit about Sarajevo starts roughly 22 minutes into the interview and Bruce's comment is at 28 minutes and 5 seconds):
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