A coming of age documentary with depth

On the heels of its strong summer theatrical release, RLJ Entertainment is set to release “Breaking A Monster” two weeks ahead of its release on other platforms. 

Pictured Malcolm of Unlocking the Truth

Directed by Luke Meyer (“Darkon”), the documentary chronicles the breakout year of the band, Unlocking the Truth and follows the members who include 14-year-old Alec Atkins, Malcolm Brickhouse and Jarad Dawkins as they first encounter stardom and the music industry, transcending childhood to become the rock stars they always dreamed of being.  The boys are coming of age, not only as they make the leap to being professional musicians, but also as they transcend childhood and take their first steps into the complexities of adulthood.

This worthwhile and insightful documentary is the story of their rapid transformation.

The project, which is now available on iTunes, includes never-before-seen deleted scenes that give an intimate look at life on the road with Malcolm, Jarad and Alec and a behind-the-scenes photo gallery of the band Unlocking the Truth as they take the heavy metal world by storm.

The trio was the youngest group in history to perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The group also performed at the Afropunk Fest, SxSW, and was the youngest band to play at the 2014 Vans Warped Tour.

Unlocking the Truth has opened up concerts for Guns N’ Roses, Motorhead, Queens of the Stone Age, Living Colour and more, while also earning spots in commercials for AT&T, Beats by Dre, Maybelline and Verizon.

Check out “BREAKING A MONSTER” on iTunes at  iTunes.com/BreakingAMonster.

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