That’s right, perverts.
Kittie will celebrate their impending 20th anniversary with a crowdfunded DVD release and a tell-all book that still needs to be pitched to publishers.
Kittie “will be compiling our personal footage, concerts and events over the past 20 years, to bring you the be-all, and end-all of career-spanning Kittie documentaries,” says the band.
“We are opening up our archives to you; to give you an inside look at what it has been like to be in this band, through our eyes, for the last 20 years. From day one to the present: Recordings, shows, backstage…it’s all there. We will be entrusting My Good Eye Productions, a friend and the director of our last 4 videos, with the footage, to help us edit and direct. His fee, as well as travel, equipment, and crew costs over the next year will be upwards of $15,000.
“We are also excited to announce that we will be working with Mark Eglinton, who has had recent success with Rex Brown of Pantera’s book, to pen our band biography. This is the story you have never heard, and will not believe! To get Mark started on the process of writing and pitching to publishing houses, he will need $4,000.”
Shit. You could have had me for $2,500, ladies.
“The rest of the money will be used to print, design and manufacture all of the awesome perks you see at the side there. We are once again opening up the Kittie archives and raising the dead with old shirt designs, long lost and out of print recordings, and rare and new items to give you a piece of where we came from, and a glimpse at where we are headed.”
So, big mystery solved.
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