Ultimate DANKO JONES DVD Collection Due Next Month

Canadian rockers DANKO JONES will release their first-ever DVD, "Bring On The Mountain", in the first week of June. The two-disc DVD will feature a 90-minute documentary on the band, a short film based on their three latest videos featuring Elijah Wood, Selma Blair, Ralph Macchio, Jena Malone, Lemmy and many more, as well as all of the music videos they have ever done and a slew of exclusive live clips from some of their most memorable performances from around the world.

The documentary, shot by the Diamond Bros., offers a unique insight into the ups and downs of one of the hardest-working bands around today. The short film, videos and live clips make it a complete package and to say it's a must-have for their fans is an understatement.

A trailer for the DVD can be seen below.

DANKO JONES is currently holed up at Noble Street Studios in its hometown of Toronto recording a new album for a tentative early fall release.

As usual, the band will be keeping busy on the live front as well. A full European tour is already confirmed for the fall with more dates to be announced soon and they will also be doing a string of exclusive festival appearances this summer.

DANKO JONES last year parted ways with drummer Dan Cornelius and replaced him with Atom Willard.

DANKO JONES re-released its latest full-length album, "Below The Belt", on June 21, 2011 as a deluxe reissue featuring two new bonus tracks titled "Guest List Blues" and "Rock N Roll Proletariat". The reissue also includes the recently completed "Below the Belt" music video trilogy, starring Elijah Wood, Selma Blair, Ralph Macchio, Jena Malone, Lemmy Kilmister (MOTÖRHEAD), Mike Watt (MINUTEMEN, THE STOOGES) and many more. Billboard.com hailed the final installment of the trilogy for "I Think Bad Thoughts", as being "filled with badassery on so many levels" and called it "the ultimate action-film music video."

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