Unlocking The Truth

Trailer Released Unlocking The Truth Documentary, $55,000 Crowdfunded For Theatrical Run


A theatrical trailer has been released for Unlocking The Truth‘s ‘Breaking A Monster‘ documentary, which will begin screening later this month. The film captures the heavy metal youngsters’ rise to viral stardom, signing a now scrapped 1.8 million dollar deal with Sony and more. Most recently the band managed to crowdfund $55,201 to bring the feature to theaters. The band’s full-length debut album, “Chaos“, is presently set for a June 17th release on Tunecore. Meanwhile, their now former manager Alan Sacks has since spoken out on the band and how disappointed he is on how things fell apart . In the below interview with, he explains:

“I’m not [working with Unlocking the Truth]. It was a great experience, I had a great time with them. I did an awful lot. We went to ‘Bonaroo‘, I got them on ‘Bonaroo‘, ‘Coachella‘. I got them on tour with Marilyn Manson, I got them on the ‘Warped Tour‘. I got them a record deal, a book deal, a merchandise deal. What else did I get them? I got them a movie”

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And, in fact, the movie is going to up in Manhattan, here on June 24th and you could see my relationship with them. I love them, and I felt that we were family. They came here all the time, and we talked about their planning. I got them a deal with Beats, I got them a deal with… I don’t even remember anymore. I got them on Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, all this press, it was ridiculous. This was without any music. I got them Johnny K. from Disturbed to produce them.

But, for some reason, I don’t even know… the parents didn’t think I was doing a good enough job. They didn’t want me on the team anymore. No one ever sought to call me. The boys never called me, they were like my grandkids. They would come to my house in LA and sleep over. They never called me to say they’re sorry this was happening. Their parents never called me, the attorney never called me. Nobody on the team ever told me that they didn’t want me any longer. It was heartbreaking.”

“I didn’t like the way it ended. I didn’t like their values. I didn’t like that the idea that nobody even thought to call me to say ‘we’re sorry this happened.’ It was absurd. But you know, I learned and moved on.”