Sphinctour is a live CD/DVD/VHS release by the industrial band Ministry released in 2002. It contains various tracks recorded on their 1996 world tour in support of the album Filth Pig.
This was the 29th time that Metallica has performed in Chicago and the surrounding areas in Northeastern Illinois and the second of two shows at Allstate Arena on the current World Magnetic Tour.
A 4-years-in-the-making documentary on Phil Varone, a former drummer for rock bands Saigon Kick and Skid Row, argues that idea that life inside the music world can destroy the families, careers and the very lives of rock musicians.
Blood Puke Salvation is the second live DVD from Swedish black metal band Marduk. On this DVD the band performs in both Belgium and Holland.
True Tales Of Slaughter and Slaying is a live DVD recording by Macabre performing on stage in Dordrecht, Holland. This is the band's debut DVD released for their 20th anniversary.
Live Kreation: Revisioned Glory is a DVD by German thrash metal band Kreator that was released on June 24, 2003. It was also released as a limited edition boxset that included the DVD, the double live album Live Kreation, an exclusive 36 page deluxe colour booklet and a full colour poster. The DVD is mixed in 5.1 Digital Surround Sound
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This is the hellish of 23rd December 1993 in Germany, where the gods of the first true black metal hordes : Blasphemy, Rotting Christ and Immortal gathered for the most satanic underground cult tour ever...The Fuck Christ Tour 93 !
ENRAPTURED captures Swedish death metal outfit Grave laying down their heavy, ominous sound at the Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland, before an enthusiastic crowd. "Deformed," "Breeder," and "Soulless" are among the songs performed. In addition to the concert footage, the DVD includes video clips and bonus features.
Live Retaliation is the first live DVD from the Norwegian viking metal band Enslaved. Some pressings of the DVD included a bonus EP.
David Gilmour performed an exclusive concert for Radio 2 from The Mermaid in London. The concert combined David’s favourite Pink Floyd tracks with tracks from his number one album ‘On An Island’.
Wake Up and Smell the... Carcass is a compilation album by the band Carcass, and is also the name of a Video/DVD compilation of the band's songs. The cover is a photo of John F. Kennedy's autopsy.
Filmed December 18, 2004 at L.A's sold-out Universal Amphitheatre, its is easily the best video presentation of the Brian Setzer Orchestra ever. A 1-hour-and-40-minute concert, plus behind the scenes b-roll footage, including a first-time look at Brian Setzer and his orchestrator composing a chart from scratch. Track Listings: Dig that Crazy Santa Claus, This Cat's On A Hot Tin Roof, Boogie Woogie Christmas, Dirty Boogie, Winter Wonderland, Sleigh Ride, Santa Claus is Back in Town, Caravan, Pipeline, Stray Cat Strut/You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch, Jump Jive An' Wail, Zat You Santa Claus?, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, Run Rudolph run, Gene & Eddie, Blue Christmas, Rat Pack Boogie, Fishnet Stockings, Rock This Town, Nutcracker Suite, Rumble in Brighton, Gettin' In the Mood.
A registration of the band's concert at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City during their 1998 reunion tour.
The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu, King Boy D and Rockman Rock, try to find and gain access to the mystical White Room. They leave a party at their house and drive in their 1968 US Cop Car through night-time London and the dusty plains of the Sierra Nevada region of Spain. There they face judgement: will they be allowed to enter the White Room? Meanwhile their lawyer David Franks tries to find a loophole to free them from their contract with Eternity.
Loud, brash, and outspoken, Pink has been shaking things up on the music scene for ten years. Drawing on interviews and performance footage, and with contributions from leading music critics, A LIFE LESS ORDINARY delves behind the hype, revealing the story of a talented, ambitious girl from Pennsylvania who went on to become a global pop sensation, two-time Grammy winner, and style icon.
A flashback to the early life of the narrator/ protagonist 'Tanuk' (Juvenile) shows life in the Magnolia projects in New Orleans. He bears witness to his father's demise at the hands of local gangster Garr over a debt of $2000. Fast forward to the year 2000. Beatrice (Birdman aka Baby or #1 stunna) along with Tanuk, Chopper (B.G) and Teke (Turk) meet with representatives of a drug cartel and purchase a large batch of cocaine. We then see scenes of everyday business in Magnolia with Iceberg Shorty (Lil Wayne) selling some drugs.
Changes is a documentary and live DVD released in September 2004 by the hard rock band Godsmack. The DVD was recorded in early 2004. That same month, the group also released "Batalla de los Tambores" a drum dual between Shannon and Sully, available only via online services such as Apple's iTunes Music Store, Real, Napster, and the Zune Marketplace. The DVD has been certified Gold by the RIAA.
Emperial Live Ceremony is a live album from Emperor. Recorded live at LA2, London, UK April 14, 1999 includes Emperor screensavers and a video for "I Am the Black Wizards", which can be found as track 1 (11:51) on the CD. Also released on VHS and DVD (Re-Released twice).
Tyrants of the Rising Sun is a DVD+CD set of Arch Enemy, released in Europe on November 24, 2008 and in North America on November 25, 2008 via Century Media. The DVD contains a live show filmed in Tokyo in early 2008, an in-depth 40 minute road-movie feature, and all promotional videos that have been shot for the band's latest studio album, Rise of the Tyrant.