TOOL Frontman's 'Blood Into Wine' Documentary: Trailer Available

A trailer for "Blood Into Wine", the widely anticipated documentary that shares the story of TOOL/PUSCIFER frontman Maynard James Keenan and his vineyard partner Eric Glomski and their quest to bring the wine industry to Arizona's Verde Valley is now available as a high-resolution download at this location (the site also offers viewers a stream as well as a version for the iPhone).

Keenan's various musical entities (TOOL, PUSCIFER and A PERFECT CIRCLE) have sold over 10 million records in the U.S. alone while the man himself has revealed little of his personal life. "Blood Into Wine" gives unprecedented insight into Keenan's world and his motivations for taking on the arduous task of bringing winemaking to the region's unforgiving landscape and how winemaking fits into Keenan's creative trajectory.

The film is being co-directed by Ryan Page and Christopher Pomerenke (the filmmakers behind critically acclaimed documentaries "Moog" and "The Heart Is A Drum Machine") and is set to wrap production in September with a limited theatrical release in February and March 2010. With the striking setting playing such an integral role in the shaping of this story, Page and Pomerenke elected to use a Red One camera (one of the highest-quality digital cinema cameras available). The film is being shot by Cary Truelick, edited by Rob Beadle, and produced by Ryan Page, Christopher Pomerenke, Chris McDaniel, and Jason Stall.

An accompanying soundtrack with original material from Keenan will follow the release of the documentary with more details to be announced soon.

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