Grindcore Band Proletar Release Official Trailer for Documentary [Indonesia]

21 years at this game – Indonesian grindcore band Proletar have released an official trailer for their upcoming documentary DVD. They also sent in the following info:

“Established in Setiabudi, South Jakarta in 1999, “PROLETAR” is still solid in its efforts to spread its Grind / Crust virus.

It was born with the spirit of communication and networking in spreading each of his works. From the beginning of its establishment, it has changed its formations several times, until it came to the best and very solid formations with the joining of Nino Aspiranta in the position of Growl vocal who joined in 2014.

Ipuletar ( Guitarist) and Levoy (scream/drum) always have kept communicating one another since a long ago. With the experience of making many projects, make them growing mature and active in their works. A lot of experience got from showing to many foreign countries, they had a good reputation documented in the form of foto or video.

In the beginning of 2019, they had initiative to make documentary film entitled “Grind for Better Life”, which showing the story and travel of proletar from the first of its establishment until now, from the change of its formation, music evolution, networking, show and tour. They believe that a work is infinite, and they also believe that a band’s work is not just limited to physical/digital audio releases and Video Clips.

This film is strengthened by the interview with many relations from in or foreign counties which have a tight relationship with PROLETAR. In the covid pandemic era, they refused to stop working of spreading their documentary film, PROLETAR will hold a screening tour to several cities in Indonesia and foreign country. Stay tuned for further updates of the schedule and venue for their screening tour, and of course in the future this film will be available on the DVD form.”

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