The Rolling Stones have been celebrating their 50th anniversary with a slew of activity, including the recent documentary 'Crossfire Hurricane.'

The iconic rockers will release the film on DVD, Blu-ray and digital video on May 21 via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Directed by Brett Morgen, 'Crossfire Hurricane' uses archival footage, as well as contemporary interviews with the members of the Rolling Stones, to capture key moments of the band's development.

The home release features previously unreleased concert footage, including 'Live in Germany ‘65' and New Musical Express Poll Winners concert footage from 1964 and 1965. Other bonus features include a new interview with Morgen, 'The Sound and Music of Crossfire Hurricane,' footage from the Arthur Haynes Show from 1964, and the theatrical trailer for the film.

“A chemical reaction seems to have happened," front man Mick Jagger says in a press release in regard to the Stones' enduring impact. “You can't really stop the Rolling Stones," adds Keith Richards. "You know when that sort of avalanche is facing you, you just get out of the way.”

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