DVD

Steve Vai - Where The Wild Things Are [DVD] (Favored Nations/Riot)

Taking full advantage of the visual format, Steve Vai and the String Theories band put on an amazing gig. This DVD features some cool twists and suprises to delight your aural and visual senses.

For an such an expressive artist as Steve Vai, the DVD format is somewhat of a living canvas that has many different audio and visual paints that can be worked with.

As I Lay Dying's Nick Hipa talks about 'This Is Who We Are'

After watching As I Lay Dying's This is who we are DVD pack, it made me wonder whether I would gain anything new by merely interviewing these guys. But interview them I did – specifically, I spoke with guitarist Nick Hipa – all about the DVD, its creation, and more.

 

As I Lay Dying - This Is Who We Are (Metal Blade/Riot)

I must admit that prior to watching the documentary about As I Lay Dying included in this pack, I couldn't have given two shits about this band. It's a credit to both the band members themselves, and to the filmmaker Denise Korycki, that by the end of it I did give a fuck - enough to sit through the following two discs.

 

Death Angel - Sonic German Beatdown - Live in Germany DVD (Nuclear Blast/Riot)

This is the first live recording in Death Angel's history. It's very well representative of these guys on stage, and is not the sort of DVD you want to miss out on. Thrash fans, and Death Angel fans in particular, need to get their hands on it. Now.

This live DVD features seminal Bay Area thrashers Death Angel at the Rockhard Festival in Germany in 2007.

Centuries of Torment DVD goes platinum in Canada

On Tuesday, April 21st, the mighty Cannibal Corpse received their Centuries Of Torment platinum plaques in Montreal, QC, Canada.

Centuries Of Torment was certified platinum in Canada earlier this year just before the crushing release of Evisceration Plague

Heavy Metal in Baghdad - DVD (Vice Films/Shock)

This film has caught the attention of audiences world-wide. Having made waves and had standing ovations at several international film festivals, it has just been released on DVD. For far more than just the metal, this is an absolute must-see documentary.