Dwayne Johnson attends the HBO "Ballers" Season 2 Red Carpet Premiere and Reception on July 14, 2016 at New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida.

Dwayne Johnson attends the HBO “Ballers” Season 2 Red Carpet Premiere and Reception on July 14, 2016 at New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida.

*Fuse announces the Oct. 5 premiere of “Clash of the Corps,” a new docu-series from Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia under their Seven Bucks Productions banner. The 8-part series will document the competitive world of Drum Corps International (a.k.a. “Marching Music’s Major League”).

The cadence is set as the series follows two all-star teams, the Cadets from Pennsylvania and the Blue Devils from Northern California, who for the last 20 years, have been battling it out for the championship.

Since May, the production crew has been following and filming the two teams across the country as they embark on their journey to the world championships in Indianapolis, IN on August 13, 2016. The cameras are capturing what those in the stands rarely see: the sacrifices of competition, as well as the impact of relationships, the challenges of navigating a multitude of personalities, and the mentorship the team members experience year after year when choosing to compete and reach for success at the highest levels.

“It’s an extremely unique culture with very talented individuals and we’re excited to partner with Fuse to share the passion and drive behind these kids who are battling it out to win it all,” said Dwayne Johnson, co-founder of Seven Bucks Productions. “Many people don’t understand the rigorous training and commitment that goes into this sport. We can’t wait to capture and share this passion project,” added Dany Garcia, the company’s producing partner and co-founder.

Hiram Garcia and 44 Blue Productions’ Rasha Drachkovitch also serve as executive producers.

Below, YouTube video of the two drum corps featured in the series: