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Green Day Continue Trilogy Set with 'Quatro!' Documentary

November 22, 2012, 4:17 am GMT

The punk band's 'Uno!', 'Dos!' and 'Tre!' will have an accompanying documentary, 'Quatro!', which will feature behind-the-scenes footage of the trio's creative process that resulted in the trilogy.

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Green Day fans have another special something to look forward to as the punk group announced details of a new documentary titled "Quatro!" set for release in 2013. The documentary is an extension of the band's trilogy set, "Uno!", "Dos!", and "Tre!", and will feature behind-the-scenes footage of the creative process that resulted in the trilogy and other live clips from their shows across the U.S.

Before the band's third outing, "Tre!", debuts on December 11, highlights of the "Quatro!" documentary will be aired on November 28 on VH1, followed by a November 30 airing on MTV2. It promises to give hardcore Green Day fans a closer look at how the trio develops their ideas for music and how it is like to be on the road and perform to sold-out concert venues.

"Over the last year while we were recording our trilogy, we posted multiple clips every week so fans can see parts of the recording process of Uno! Dos! Tre! [...] Quatro! brings our fans one step closer by giving them even more access and revealing what it was like for us to make these records," said bassist Mike Dirnt in a press release.

News of the behind-the-scenes footage of the creative process is expected to lure fans into buying the documentary DVD in the hopes of seeing a glimpse of frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's recording sessions. The vocalist entered rehab in September to get treatment for substance abuse, and curious fans will definitely want to see Armstrong's state of mind while recording the albums.

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