Blackberry Smoke has built a cult following, and with Homecoming: Live in Atlanta (3 Legged Records) there’s no lack of butt shaking, pot smoking and beer drinking in this congressional house of rock and roll.
Songs for the Dead Live, out January 25, 2019 on Metal Blade Records, is the ultimate treat for King Diamond fans and an absolute must-have. Do not miss this one!
Even if you’re not the least bit interested in the adventures of the world’s premiere Viking-themed melodic death metal band, 25 Years In The Eye Of The Storm is a rockumentary the way it’s meant to be done.
Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust, out September 21st courtesy of FixT and Celldweller Productions, takes viewers on an in-depth journey into the highly influential industrial metal act Circle of Dust.
Since 1993, Cleveland, Ohio group Mushroomhead have been bringing their hybrid theatrical brand of metal to the masses, and their newest DVD release Volume III is a must-have for fans of the band and/or any general fans of horror and aggressive music.
It’s an emotionally-charged story that dives head first into how the band dealt with their final tour after lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.
The quality of this DVD (which also comes in Blu-ray) is fantastic, and the band is in top form as soon as the first note of “Black Sabbath” shakes the rafters.
This film chronicling the rise of arguably one of the most influential hardcore acts ever, Bad Brains, is extremely entertaining and enlightening.
Dimevision Vol 2, as released by Metal Blade Records, is the second in a series of compilations of unreleased and rare footage featuring Dimebag Darrell.
The concert performances included are top-notch and showcase everyone in fine-form. Truly a must-watch for anyone interested in rock guitar.
This is a must-have for fans of the band; it brought back a lot of memories and I had a real good time watching it.
This DVD captures one of America’s biggest rock bands in all their glory in front of a packed crowd at Donington Park, England. Read our review here.
Every year fans wait for Warped Tour to hit their town for a day of punk, rock, pop, and metal. It is a day for the musical misfits to run wild. No Room For Rockstars is a documentary about the road festival in 2010. Hosting the film is Mitch Lucker (Suicide Silence), Christofer Drew Ingle (Never Shout Never), Mike Posner and Forever Came Calling. The film helps the viewer see the festival from a musician’s point of view. We can see the good and the bad aspects of the tour that can either make or break a group.