Watch The Killers talk to Werner Herzog in new documentary

A live webcast from New York filmed by the director will stream tonight at 7pm (ET)

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The Killers have unveiled a short film directed by Werner Herzog – watch it below.

The documentary is a teaser for tonight's collaboration with the director, who will film the band's show tonight (September 18) at New York's Paradise Theater in the Bronx for a live webcast.

The Killers previously announced that the Grizzly Man director has planned to strap cameras to drummer Ronnie Vannucci as well as to crowd surfing audience members as part of the production.

Speaking to Rolling Stone, bassist Mark Stoermer said:

He has ideas for someone crowd-surfing with a camera on. He's gonna put cameras on Ronnie while he's playing drums.



He added: "I think there's gonna be an animal involved. I'm sure it will be all done the right way." The gig will stream at YouTube.com/Thekillersvevo.

The Killers released their forth album 'Battle Born' yesterday (September 17).

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