Lamb Of God
Virginia's Lamb of God preach the new American gospel of death metal: violent, shrieking, growling, and not overly complex.
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As the Palaces Burn
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Runtime: 1 hr 10 minOriginally released in May of 2003, Lamb of God's As The Palaces Burn is considered to by many to be one the most influential, modern day metal records of our time. The album is as uncompromising lyrically as it is musically. As The Palaces Burn takes an unflinching look at the events and attitudes that resulted from the 9/11 terrorist attacks on American soil. Songs like "Blood Junkie" are unequivocal in their condemnation of George W. Bush and his administration's jingoist stance. "Retribution or vengeance in matters not, as long as the pig stays on top of the ladder of bone his father has built," Randy Blythe howls for all to hear. It's courageous and blunt, a statement for the time, and one that the band felt compelled to make. "We all lived through that time and we had the vehicle to express those opinions," says drummer Chris Adler. "I think it would have been irresponsible to not speak our minds."
Josh Wilbur (who has worked with Lamb of God as both an engineer and producer since 2006) was careful to conserve the album's lightning-in-a-bottle energy. "A lot of people, including myself, love the original," Wilbur says. "The whole point was just to do a more 'hi-fi' version of an already great record and not to damage the killer vibe that Devin Townsend and the band had captured...Real musicians sweating it out in a studio in Virginia over a decade ago."
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Runtime: 2 hr 52 minThrash-metal band Lamb of God’s Killadelphia features a set recorded at The Trocadero in 2004 in support of Ashes Of The Wake, along with great candid footage of the group at work and at play, for an exciting all-access portrait.
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Live at Wacken 2008
Runtime: 1 hr 13 minArguably the most influential and successful European thrash metal band ever, Germany's Kreator is also by far the most enduring. Like many of their European speed metal brethren, Kreator fused Metallica's thrash innovations with Venom's proto-black metal imagery, sparked it with Motorheads balls-out velocity, and capped it off with the nihilistic outlook typical of heavy metal since the seminal days of Black Sabbath. Kreator's career also mirrored speed metal's rising and waning fortunes: building from strength to strength throughout the 1980s, only to fall on hard times in the 1990s. Now seemingly reborn in their third decade of activity, Kreator are certified worldwide superstars who still tour as widely and frequently as bands half their age -- now that's resilience.
Chile on Hell
Runtime: 1 hr 51 min“Chile On Hell” was filmed at the Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile on May 10, 2013, and features Anthrax – Joey Belladonna, Scott Ian, Charlie Benante, Frank Bello and Jon Donais. The band performed an extended set that featured songs from Anthrax’s entire catalogue – all the fan-favorites including “I Am The Law,” “Indians,” “Madhouse,” “Caught In A Mosh,” “The Devil You Know,” and “I’m Alive.”
Foreign & Familiar
August Burns Red
Runtime: 2 hrThis documentary highlights over two years of August Burns Red's continuous touring throughout an entire record cycle. The title Rescue & Restore (Foreign & Familiar Edition) pays homage to the vast fan-base that August Burns Red has built over the years with multiple world-wide tours in North America, Europe, Asia, South America, & Australia. Rescue & Restore marks August Burns Red’s fifth proper album, fleshing out an impressive body of work that also includes a live full-length record Home, a collection of B-sides Lost Messengers: The Outtakes, and a 2012 holiday album, August Burns Red Presents: Sleddin' Hill, A Holiday Album, released over the band’s lauded decade-long career. Since launching out of Manheim, PA, the industrious outfit has successfully transitioned from shake-up-the-field upstarts to one of the biggest names worldwide in the genre. On stages across the U.S. to Dubai, Japan, Australia, and South America, from renowned festivals such as UK’s Download Festival to the Vans Warped Tour, which they joined again in 2013 as a main stage act, August Burns Red have spent years taking their music and message directly to fans, and in the process have grown into one of the leading forces in the modern metal scene, a fact bolstered by their 1.5 million Facebook fans and more than half-million albums sold.
Live at The Sydney Entertainment
Runtime: 1 hr 17 minThis Heavy Metal LA band, born in the 80's, is renowned for its distinctive, technical instrumental style. Considered as up there with the best of the thrash metal crew, Megadeth has become a god of its musical kind with fans, credited with increasing the popularity of the thrash metal sub-genre. Watch Megadeth: Live at The Sydney Entertainment. Recorded December 18, 2010.
Masters of Metal
Runtime: 1 hr 6 minThey are one of the most influential heavy metal bands of all time. Alongside Slayer, Anthrax and Megadeth, the Masters of Metal are an important part of the "big four". Over 100 million record sales worldwide, they are one of the most commercially successful bands of all time. With a career that spans over 33 years, the band created by James Hatfield and Lars Ulrich as renamed a genre after themselves.From the early days in a garage to the successful heights of sell out stadium tours, they redesigned the concept of heavy metal music. This is the all access story about their journey. All rise to Metallica, the Masters of Metal.
Runtime: 3 hr 18 minFerret Music recording artist Chimaira made some big noise with their 2009 release THE INFECTION. Chimaira paved a successful path on tour, bringing their unrelenting, blistering form of metal to larger audiences by performing on the Music is a Weapon Tour. Now with COMING ALIVE, fans will see a 2 hour + concert with a documentary featuring the making of the album and world tour.
All That Remains
Runtime: 53 minIt may have taken a few years for Boston act All That Remains to make an impact on the metalcore scene, but with the release of their third full-length effort The Fall Of Ideals in 2006, All That Remains not only finally found the right balance of melody and aggression, but they also found a whole new audience, with the album easily outselling their previous efforts.
After a brief introduction and some pre-show footage of various fans screaming the bands name, All That Remains quite literally destroy with Become The Catalyst, The Air That I Breathe, Not Alone, It Dwells In Me, Six, This Calling, The Weak Willed and Indictment, all of which are lifted from The Fall Of Ideals.
The remaining four tracks This Darkened Heart, For Salvation, Tattered On My Sleeve and Focus Shall Not Fail are lifted from 2004s This Darkened Heart and seamlessly blend in with the groups more recent material without clashing too much.
All That Remains performance is near flawless, while the editing together of the multiple camera angles (Filmed by the renown High Roller Studios) retains the energy and excitement of the performance and the crowd participation perfectly. Audio wise, mixer Jason Suecof has managed to keep a raw edge to the bands sound, which gives All That Remains Live a very real live feel.
All up, All That Remains Live is a rock solid package that shows exactly why All That Remains are considered one of the better metalcore acts doing the circuit today. Highly recommended.
Runtime: 1 hr 47 minExplore the history of EXODUS and get a behind the scenes look into life on the road in the documentary: Assorted Atrocities. Covering the last 5 years, this feature length movie brings you closer to the inner circle of the band. Hear stories from the road including the craziest Paul Baloff moments. Go inside the recording process of Shovel Headed Kill Machine. Tour the world as EXODUS lands in South America, Japan, Australia and Europe. Watch as the band supplies voices to the cartoon, Metalocalypse. The making of music videos for ‘Riot Act’ and ‘Now They Death Day Come,’ plus plenty of killer clips showing insane moments of the greatest fans in the world.
Live in London
Runtime: 1 hr 11 min"Live In London" is the documentation of a dream that long-time die-hard Testament fans have been waiting for: the reuniting of the bands "classic" lineup. Featuring vocalist Chuck Billy, guitar virtuosos Eric Peterson and Alex Skolnick, bassist Greg Christian, and original drummer Louie Clemente (along with Testament & White Zombie alumnus John Tempesta as a second drummer), the band rips through classic Testament fan favorites in this show, shot in London earlier in 2005.
Among the leaders of heavy metal over the past twenty years, Testament have always provided the rock solid proof that great song writing, regardless of genre, will always transcend time. Their crucial contributions to the early thrash metal surge of the mid to late 1980s helped to develop a sound that forever changed the face of heavy music and resonates just as loudly today. With all of their Bay Area peers either calling it a day or drastically altering their sound, Testament has remained a worldwide metal ambassador throughout the 1990s and into the new century.
Below The Belt
Runtime: 1 hr 42 minMetal supergroup Hell Yeah features members of Mudvayne as well as Pantera's Vinnie Paul. This documentary consists of concert footage, interviews, recording sessions and extensive behind the scenes footage.