The long-awaited documentary about late guitarist Randy Rhoads is now available to preview.
The 10-minute trailer for Randy Rhoads: Last Train Home (currently only a working title) can be seen below.
Rhoads was the lauded guitarist in Quiet Riot and with Ozzy Osbourne, in the singer's early solo career. Rhoads died in a plane accident in 1982.
The film has been two years in the making. Director Peter M Margolis says: "Two years is a very long time to spend shooting a film; however, not that long for a documentary of this nature.
"This documentary has taken us across the United States more than once, as we have shot in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Nevada to name a few. In addition, we recently returned from England where we filmed Bernie Tormé, Lindsay Bridgwater, Johnny Cook, Chris Tsangrides, Pete Way, Lee Kerslake, Max Norman and a few surprise interviews. We also shot extensively at Ridge Farm studios where the band lived and recorded for long periods of time while the records were being produced."
Watch the preview: