NIGHTWISH, EPICA, DELAIN Singers To Be Featured In 'The Voices Of Women In Metal' Documentary

NIGHTWISH, EPICA, DELAIN Singers To Be Featured In 'The Voices Of Women In Metal' Documentary

Rising Moon Productions has released the first trailer for the upcoming documentary film "Soaring Highs And Brutal Lows: The Voices Of Women In Metal", produced and directed by Mark Harwood. The film explores the experiences of female metal vocalists and combines interview, concert and archival footage to highlight the growth in popularity of this music internationally, contrasted with its relative obscurity in North America. Featured interviews include Floor Jansen (NIGHTWISH, REVAMP), Doro Pesch (DORO, WARLOCK), Simone Simons (EPICA), Charlotte Wessels (DELAIN) and Anneke van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING). A late 2014 release is expected.

Rising Moon Productions was founded by creative producers with extensive backgrounds in both interactive and traditional media.

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