The new film featuring Dave Navarro, Rob Zombie, Ian MacKaye and others, explores "the surprising history of punk rock and animal rights activism"
The documentary was written, directed and scored by the musician and vegan activist, and also features Walter Schreifels, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, Captain Sensible, AFI frontman Davey Havok, Cro-Mags singer John Joseph, Wes Eisold, Steve Ignorant and others.
The film looks at “the surprising history of punk rock and animal rights activism” and features interviews with “dozens of punk rock legends, and also cameos from Bagel the dog, the devil, and a boardroom of demons”.
Punk Rock Vegan Movie, which is one hour 30 minutes long, is available to watch for free on YouTube now.“It’s the filmmaker and producers’ hope that no one ever pays to see this movie, as it’s a labor of love and activism,” the video’s description reads.
Watch it out below.
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