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  VICE PRESENTS: MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD FINAL EPISODE
2nd November 2011

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VICE and Marshall Headphones premieres episode six of On The Road - the epic documentary series that celebrates what ultimately rock 'n' roll is about – the roadies.

In the final episodes of Jesse's incredible journey, he heads out to the Joshua Tree and Rancho de la Luna, a mystical place and spiritual home for musicians to come to record, play and write. The episode pays tribute to the ranch, which has seen some of the true greats of music, with the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, U2, and PJ Harvey all jamming there.

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Jesse takes a tour of the compound with his best friend and fellow Eagles of Death Metal man Dave Catching, and we see this isn't just a recording studio, but home to some amazing figures behind the rock 'n' roll scene.

Jesse also chats to chief engineer of Eagles of Death Metal, John, about how he got into the world of rock, and what his craziest experiences have been. The final episode concludes with an impromptu secret gig by Eagles of Death Metal at an all night desert party.

To watch the sixth episode of Marshall Headphones on the Road go to VICE.com On the Road, is a twelve part documentary series produced by VICE and Marshall Headphones. Presented by Jesse Hughes for the first six episodes and Tim Harrington for the next, On the Road celebrates the travelling rock 'n' roll lifestyle playing tribute to the unsung, behind-the-scenes heroes that make the gigs happen.

Stay tuned to www.marshallheadphones.com and www.vice.com to watch the series, and witness the lives of the people who have carried the heavy sound of Marshall across the world for half a century.






 

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