Posted on Nov 8, 2019


Already respected as one of the finest drummers in the world, Dave Lombardo (Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Cross, The Misfits, Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Grip Inc., Slayer) has accomplished another longtime goal, adding film scoring to his already-massive resume.

The Cuban-American drummer's debut film score will be showcased this weekend with the DOC NYC world premiere of director Nicholas Brennan'sLos Ultimos Frikis, an intimate documentary portrait of ZEUS, Cuba's hard-rocking metal band, and their 30-year career spent screaming to be heard.

"When Nick told me his vision for this documentary I was immediately intrigued by the story because it could have been mine," Lombardo says. "When he asked me to score the film, I didn't hesitate to accept. It couldn't have been a more perfect match for my debut at a new form of musical expression. I have been on a path of making music solely for myself and various bands for 37 years. This is for the people of my birthplace. This is for my blood and for healing."

The DOC NYC world premiere of Los Ultimos Frikis will take place on Sunday, November 10 at 9:20 p.m. at the SVA Theatre, located at 333 W. 23rd Street in Manhattan.

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