By Clark Collis
June 27, 2013 at 09:09 PM EDT

Cult bands don’t get much cultier than the early-’70s Detroit proto-punk band Death. In fact, the debut album by the trio of brothers wasn’t released until 2009, decades after they had split up. The story of the band — and its recent, remarkable rescue from the garbage can of musical history — is related in a new documentary, A Band Called Death, which features interviews from Henry Rollins, Elijah Wood, Kid Rock, and Questlove, amongst others.

The film hits cinemas tomorrow while Death are playing at The Cinefamily in Los Angeles Friday and Saturday and at New York’s (Le) Poisson Rouge on July 1.

You can see exclusive footage from A Band Called Death below.

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