The documentary about the Washington DC hardcore/punk scene of the early 80s, titled Salad Days: The DC Punk Revolution, has released some more footage from the documentary. As we first noted back in February, the film promises to be "the most comprehensive, honest and insightful look at the DC punk scene from the early 1980s to the decade's end. The film will include exclusive archival photographs, concert footage and interviews with dozens of bands, artists, label owners, zine publishers and others who helped mold and nurture DC's underground community during this inspired decade of music."

Participants include John Stabb, Ian Mackaye, Henry Rollins, Dave Grohl, and Alec Mackaye. Scott Crawford, who was a fanzine writer himself back in the early 80s, wrote and directed the documentary, which also sees the help of Jim Saah as director of photography. Salad Days is slated for a 2013 release. In the meantime, they're keeping their facebook active by posting old photos and flyers, as well as stills of the film, which you can check out here.



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