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Type O Negative: After Dark (1998)

Go behind the stage with the gothic/metal band Type O Negative. See hilarious tounge-in-cheek humor from all 4 members (also has footage of Sal Abruscato). Also see a huge toilet paper ... See full summary »

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Thomas Mignone

Writer:

Kenny Hickey
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Credited cast:
Sal Abruscato Sal Abruscato ... Himself
Phil Anselmo ... Himself
Kenny Hickey Kenny Hickey ... Himself
Johnny Kelly Johnny Kelly ... Himself
Josh Silver Josh Silver ... Himself
Peter Steele Peter Steele ... Himself
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Go behind the stage with the gothic/metal band Type O Negative. See hilarious tounge-in-cheek humor from all 4 members (also has footage of Sal Abruscato). Also see a huge toilet paper fight with the crowd as Pantera plays on stage. You thought these guys were dark and mysterious? Think again and watch their first (and only, to date) video. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 March 1998 (USA) See more »

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Doom Incorporated See more »
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Twistedly funny
7 December 2004 | by ttheis1See all my reviews

After Dark is a behind the scenes look at Type O Negative. It shows footage of their hobbies and what they do when they're on the road. I love the part where the guys throw food at the members of Pantera as they're playing their show and throughout the video as they zoom in on Josh's inability to do his business. It's a good video, uniquely put together. There was also some touching moments as we see Kenny playing with his daughter. He seems like he's a good father. We also see a performance of the band doing Black No. 1 with just a simple bass violin and a guitar and Sal playing drums and goofing off. The music videos are excellent. They're not as clichéd as videos we normally see. They stand out more. Also, we get to see Johnny show us his hobby of muscle cars. Peter stands out the most in the video as he describes his perspective on life and his dark sense of humor. Any Type O Negative fan should own this video. It's unique, unlike any other music documentary film and the extra video for "Everything Dies" is worth the price.


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