Former Skid Row frontman and solo artist Sebastian Bach posted a new tweet on his official Twitter page and shared his thoughts on ‘Monsterman‘ after watching it on Amazon Prime Video.

The documentary was released in 2014, and it details what happened in Lordi’s career after winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with their song ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah.’ The song was written and performed by Tomi Petteri Putaansuu, a.k.a. Mr. Lordi, and it was Finland’s first victory for 45 years of participation.

‘Monsterman’ was written and directed by Finnish cinematographer Antti Haase and was initially released by Journeyman Pictures. It shares the story of Lordi being broke and having a massive debt five years after the Eurovision Song Contest. The documentary was available on many streaming platforms like iTunes, Google Play, Vimeo, JMan, and now, it’s possible to watch it on Amazon Prime Video.

Since Lordi has similar satanic alter egos and stage outfits like KISS, Bach shared the movie on his official Twitter page and recommended it to all KISS fans. He also tagged his long-time friend and the host of AXS TV’s TrunkFest, Eddie Trunk, to advise him to check it out, saying it’s the best rock movie he’s seen for a while.

Here is what Sebastian Bach wrote in his tweet:

“Best rock movie I’ve seen in a while is Lordi’s ‘Monsterman.’ What an amazing movie, great job! Eddie Trunk, this is a must-see for you and your audience if you can deal with subtitles, KISS fans will dig this to I loved it!”

Eddie Trunk responded, saying:

“Will check it out! Hope you are feeling okay, Bach!”

You can see the tweets and watch the trailer of the documentary below.