The sum of a career dedicated to brain-melting innovation and expert craftsmanship, The Hunting Party finds Linkin Park reaching into their childhoods in order to realize their future. After setting the template for rock that incorporated hip-hop influences with Hybrid Theory and Meteora, LP shifted gears completely with the polychromatic Minutes to Midnight, only to subvert expectations again by releasing the largely electronic, apocalyptic A Thousand Suns and 2012’s Living Things, which melded songwriting structures of folk with the harder edges of electronica and rock and roll. The direction the band was trending towards suggested that The Hunting Party would follow in this electronic-tinged vein. But then again, Linkin Park has always loved a good surprise.
Linkin Park Concert Films
Frat Party At the Pankake Festival
Runtime: 56 min"Frat Party At the Pankake Festival" features 6 music videos including "One Step Closer," "In The End" and "Cure For The Itch." Also includes live performances of "Points Of Authority" and "Crawling" taped at the Dragon Festival in Southern California in February 2001.
Road to Revolution
Runtime: 1 hr 25 minHelmed by noted director Blue Leach (R.E.M., Depeche Mode, Snow Patrol, Beck), Road To Revolution, Live At Milton Keynes captures Linkin Park on its acclaimed 2008 Projekt Revolution tour in front of 65,000 fans in England. The band's first live document in five years, the almost 80 minute concert DVD (and the accompanying CD version) will surely help fans survive a break after the group's recent touring and before the next Linkin Park studio album.
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Live at the White River Amphitheater
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minAmerican nu metal heroes Godsmack are taking over the stage at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn Washington. Completed in 2003, the 98-acre project cost more than $30 million and hosts musical events under an acoustically treated metal roof; it features two 30-by-40-foot video screens on either side of the stage. The band performs hit songs as “Locked and Loaded,” “Keep Away,” “Out of Line,” “Generation Day,” “Cryin' Like a Bitch, ” and many more. Sully Erna's singing style has been stated as "the snarl of James Hetfield", and "composed of dark harmony that sounds a lot like Alice in Chains". Merrill's bass style has been described as "bulldozer bottom with occasional slap-bass reverb". Larkin's drumming is thought to "worship at the twin altars of Neil Peart and John Bonham". And Rombola's guitar playing style has been praised as "guitars that sound like percussion instruments".
Live at the UCF Arena 2007
Fall Out Boy
Runtime: 1 hr 14 minThe American rockers Fall Out Boy surely know how to rock. This live UCF Arena performance is no exception. The band performs hits like “Sugar, We're Goin Down,” “Thnks fr th Mmrs,” and many more.
Runtime: 1 hr 32 minRiding high on the phenomenal success of A Rush of Blood to the Head, Coldplay is in peak form on Coldplay Live 2003. This concert was filmed (on Super-16mm film) and recorded in Sydney's Horden Pavilion on July 21 and 22, 2003, during an exhaustive year-long world tour, and the medium-sized arena provides a fitting stage for the London-based rock quartet, not so grand as to overwhelm the music, but large enough to indicate their large and loyal following, which includes enthusiastic fans of either gender. Especially when played in DTS 5.1 surround, this 90-minute concert is richer, thicker, and (of course) louder than Coldplay's studio recordings, lending a wall-of-sound expansiveness to the band's signature sound, which draws from such diverse influences as Genesis, Pink Floyd, The Verve, U2, and their own unique sonic landscape. "Politik" gets the gig off to a rousing start, and other impressive highlights include "Daylight," "Yellow," the as-yet-unreleased new song "Moses," and the popular hits "In My Place," "Clocks," and "The Scientist." And while the concert visuals are slick and professional, this film--the latter containing a truncated 70-minute version of the same performance--are best appreciated for their pristine audio quality.
Live at Rome Olympic Stadium
Runtime: 1 hr 57 minThis second live album from the English neo-prog superstars sees them bring their preposterously epic, stadium-sized live show to their Italian fans. The accompanying concert film, the first ever captured in 4K "ultra-high definition," presents the show in all its glory, featuring pyrotechnics, video walls, and acrobats as the band live out their rock god dreams, vamping it up for the cameras for all they're worth as they blast through hit after hit.
Live in Cuba
Runtime: 2 hr 30 minFilmed Live at the Anti-Imperialist Plaza in Havana, Cuba. In may 2005, Audioslave became the first american rock band to ever perform in Cuba. 60,000 screaming fans witnessed this historic event.
Somewhere in the Stratosphere: Madness Live in Washington State (Electric)
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minSomewhere In The Stratosphere: Madness Live from Washington State (Electric) features a full electric live set from platinum recording group Shinedown. Shinedown's live performances give an unsparing look into the soul and psyche amidst a fierce musical attack that, even in its quieter moments, vibrate with the passion, energy and focus of a band with high-minded ideals and limitless ambitions.
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Panic! At The Disco
Runtime: 1 hr 1 minTwo thousand eight was a big year for the Vegas quartet known as Panic At the Disco. After famously dropping the ! from their nomenclature, the band released their sophomore album Pretty. Odd., the follow-up to 2005's platinum debut, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. The band eschewed their signature emo-dance party sound for classic Beatles-esque pop-rock. Touring in support of Pretty. Odd., the band headlined the annual Honda Civic sponsored tour with support acts Motion City Soundtrack, The Hush Sound and Phantom Planet. Their May 23, 2008 stop at the Congress Theater was filmed for Live In Chicago, the band's second live offering, and features new hits such as Nine In The Afternoon, That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed) and Northern Downpour, as well as longtime fan favorites like I Write Sins Not Tragedies.
Front Row Center
Runtime: 54 minGrammy-nominated OneRepublic displays boundless energy throughout this episode of Soundstage while offering up rousing performances of hit singles “Apologize,” “Stop and Stare,” “Say (All I Need)” and “Mercy.” Catch a perfect blend of pop and rock on other featured tracks from their debut album Dreaming Out Loud, along with a fantastic version of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.”
Runtime: 1 hr 15 min‘¡Cuatro!’ is the documentary that pulls back the curtain and takes fans inside the world of Green Day, from the various spontaneous live performances in select cities across the U.S. to the chronicling of their creative process while conceptualising and recording their recent trilogy of albums – ‘¡Uno!’, ‘¡Dos!’ and ‘¡Tré!’.
Live from Mohegan Sun
Runtime: 1 hr 20 minFilmed in high definition at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut on November 25th 2011, this concert captures a typically raw and energetic performance by Staind on tour in support of their eponymous 2011 self titled album Staind. This was their first tour to feature new drummer Sal Giancarelli. The show features tracks from the new album mixed in with classic songs from across their career including many of their hit singles.
Live at the Palace 2008
Three Days Grace
Runtime: 1 hr 21 minThis concert film captures the rock band Three Days Grace performing a 2008 show at The Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The setlist of over a dozen songs includes "Animal I Have Become," "Just Like You," "I Hate Everything About You," and "Never Too Late." Backstage footage of the band augments the concert materials.
Welcome to the Masquerade
Thousand Foot Krutch
Runtime: 49 minIf you didn't get to see Thousand Foot Krutch on their last tour, here's your chance to capture the concert in sparkling audio and video! Featuring a blend of songs from Welcome To The Masquerade and favorites from past releases, This concert film set gives you front row seats for a rockin' good time.
Live And Murderous In Chicago
Runtime: 1 hr 19 minPapa Roach: Live and Murderous in Chicago is the first concert released by Californian rock group Papa Roach. It was released in the United States on November 22, 2005 – and features the band performing live at "The Vic Theater" in Chicago, Illinois. The program captures alt-metal rockers Pap Roach thrashing away at their most intense during an exhilarating Chicago concert, bringing down the house with an energetic 75-minute set.
Runtime: 2 hr 10 minTo celebrate the release of their tenth studio album, The Path Of Totality, legendary rockers Korn performed live to a sold-out crowd at the Hammerstein Ballroom, New York. This performance showcases the band in top form, highlighting landmark songs such as "Freak On A Leash" and "Falling Away From Me" as well as new smash hits including "Get Up!" and "Narcissistic Cannibal."
The Making Of Night Visions
Runtime: 44 minImagine Dragons: The Making of 'Night Visions', follows one of the world's most exciting new alternative rock bands band during the process of writing and recording their debut album at the Palms Studio in their hometown of Las Vegas. In this documentary you also get a quick history of the band, how they formed, and how Alex Da Kid, a hip-hop producer, could get the much sought after rock band to sign with his label KIDinaKORNER, adding to the innovative sound of Imagine Dragons. From the first day or recording at the Studio at the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, you get to see the close-knit friendships and collaborations of four extremely talented musicians. You get to watch Dan Reynolds and his unbelievable ability to write a song anywhere at any time, Wayne Sermon and his intense push for perfection in his music, Ben McKee, the willing friend and calming voice of the band, and Daniel Platzman, who can play almost any instrument handed to him when he steps away from the drums. Imagine Dragons have a truly unique creative method that plays out over the time spent working the studio. They have the ability to laugh with and tease each other, but also maintain a professional work environment. They work until they can barely stand up, and then prank anybody in their path to relieve tension. In The Making of 'Night Visions' we also get to see the band do what they do best. perform live to a packed and enthusiastic crowd. Fresh out of the studio, they perform songs live from their debut album to a raucous crowd in Hollywood, CA just a month before the release of their first full-length album. This is the story of a rising band who, after years of life on the road, is getting a chance to realize their dreams of a life in music. To them, their first album is everything-it's a statement of their sound, and an announcement that they've arrived. Imagine Dragons, The Making of 'Night Visions,' is the story of four young, talented, and fun-loving guys, becoming stars.
Runtime: 1 hr 39 minFeaturing the band in their element - the live arena - this full-length live show is a stunning mix of visual mayhem and brutal, extreme heavy metal. Slipknot Disasterpieces video No band around can top the Slipknot experience, with concussion bombs, flames, lasers, rotating drum risers and a whole lot more going on, you're simply not going to be able to take your eyes off the on-screen carnage. Slipknot Disasterpieces film All of Slipknot's music videos are also presented, including the never-before-seen animated promo for "Wait & Bleed.".