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Indecision will soon release their documentary, What It Once Meant. Screening info and a trailer can be found here.

Wednesday, January 07, 2015 4:49 PM PT


Official press release:

Brooklyn hardcore band Indecision will be screening their documentary 'What it Once Meant' on January 25 at St Vitus in Brooklyn, NY. Seating for the screening is very limited get advance tickets here.

MorseCode Recordings will be releasing the DVD which includes the feature length documentary, a multi camera show from The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, and deleted scenes. DVDs will start shipping on Feb 27.

Indecision's 'What It Once Meant' documentary, directed by Derek Morse and edited by Rob Soucy (The Alkaline Trio, Defeater, Vanna), explores the life and times of the Brooklyn hardcore band with an inside look at the band's journey while touring in the 90's. Indecision started in 1993 in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, touring full time until 2000 when the band imploded in the middle of the tour in the desert city of El Paso, TX. In 2006, the band reunited for a one off show at the Superbowl of Hardcore in New York and the band has been playing a few shows per year ever since.