Bad Wolves have started an Indiegogo crowd funding campaign to raise money to shoot a documentary. The Los Angeles-based group is asking their "Wolfpack" to contribute to the campaign to capture an uncensored look into the band’s life on the road.

The film, Breaking the Band, is described as an “uncensored peek into the meteoric rise from an unknown band to multi-platinum status within six months.” According to the Indiegogo page, the documentary offers “a fascinating glimpse into the music industry exposing all the sides some will never really admit or want to show, and following us around the world to Europe, the U.S. and Canada this year."

In a video on the crowd sourcing site, frontman Tommy Vext says, “All of our favorite bands, throughout history, a lot of the times the most defining moments of their careers are never captured because they can’t afford to have camera crews follow them around and to see what it’s like adjusting to live on the road.” Watch the video above.

Guitarist Doc Coyle says, “We want this film to be an uncensored look into all the behind the scenes stuff from the touring to the industry. You’ll see us from our tours in American to Europe to Canada. This is your chance, the Wolfpack, to help make this happen.”

As of press time, Bad Wolves has raised just under $15,000, which is about 23% of their goal of $65,000. The site has various options and incentives including autographed basketball jerseys, CDs and photos, a guest spot on Doc Coyle’s "The Ex Man Podcast” and more. For $1,500 fans can become a producer on the film and for $7,500 Vext and Coyle will perform acoustically at your wedding or party. For a whopping $10,000 you can spend the weekend on tour with the band. Check out their Indiegogo page here.

Bad Wolves scored a huge hit earlier this year with their cover of The Cranberries’ classic “Zombie,” which was the first rock song to go platinum in 2018. They are currently on tour in the U.K. and take the stage in Nottingham, England tonight. See all their tour dates here.

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