Sublime Doc Details How Addiction Ravaged Band After Bradley Nowell’s Death


By Rolling Stone

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The Long Way Back, a new Sublime documentary, details how drug addiction ravaged the California ska-punk band after frontman Bradley Nowell’s 1996 death from a heroin overdose. The film premieres October 17th via VOD platforms, including iTunes and Amazon. The doc’s gripping trailer, premiering at Rolling Stone, highlights how Nowell’s drug abuse and tragic death affected his family, bandmates and Sublime’s hard-partying entourage, including childhood friend Todd “Z-Man” Zalkins. “It was sex, drugs and rock and roll,” friend Mike Tracy says in the clip, detailing the band’s downfall. “Then it was drugs and rock and roll. Then it was just drugs….click here to continue reading