Having already been pored over by HBO in last summer's Woodstock '99: Peace, Love, and Rage documentary, the infamous Nineties-capping festival is now the focus of a new three-part Netflix docuseries, aptly titled Clusterf**k: Woodstock '99.
Jonathan Davis — whose band Korn played an amazing, cathartic set at the event before it dissolved into chaos and criminality — appears as one of the talking heads in the series, and in the first trailer, released today (July 20th), he can be seen chiming in, "When you see it with your own eyes, it's 10 times more shocking." Watch above.
"What caused the festival to explode into violence?," executive producer Tom Pearson asked in a statement. "Was it a product of late Nineties societal dysfunction, fueled by entitled frat boys? Incitement by the aggressive music of headlining rap-metal bands — Korn, Limp Bizkit, Rage Against the Machine? Or the inevitable result of ruthless commercial exploitation by the festival organizers?"
Clusterf**k: Woodstock '99 is set to premiere on Netflix on August 3rd.