The Greatest Music Documentaries of All-Time

24. A Band Called Death (2012)

Often, we stumble upon a documentary about a subject matter we don’t know much about only to find ourselves engrossed. That’s the case with A Band Called Death. There’s a good chance fans of punk music likely don’t know too much about Death. It’s a group of three African-American brothers from Detroit, who began as a funk outfit in the early 1970s before their sound turned to more of a harder, punk focus. Though the film can be depressing at times, it’s a penetrating and entertaining look into one of the unheralded pioneers of the early U.S. punk scene.

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