Sound — 10
Lamb Of God have come a long way from their Killadelphia DVD. The "pure American metal" band has lived up to that reputation. The sound is intense and at the same time complex. LoG has used one style for a very long time and it's only made them stronger and more popular nationally and globally; metal. You just can't be a metal fan anf not like LoG. They have been through tough times to get to where they're at and this DVD shows some of the difficulties on their bumpy ride to fame around the world.
Content — 10
The first disc is a 117 min long documentary that'll have you attached. Every scene is filled with something a true Lamb of God fan would enjoy. I mean, why would you buy a DVD of a band if you're only a "slight" fan or not a fan at all? You get to go across the band on the bus, behind stage, in restaurants and bars, all the way to the main stage where the world gets to see them as well. It's quite interesting, because some of the things they face aren't what's expected from a band that huge in the metal world. Disc two shows the entire download festival and the making of Sacrament, which is a 77 min long feature. It's very thorough and gives a pretty good idea how each member thought up the riffs, drumlines, and vocals to put together and call their new album. Also the disc has a making of for Lamb of God's Redneck video. It's pretty amusing.
Production Quality — 10
Sony BMG did their job producing this DVD. The quality is better than anyone can expect. The DVD states that only one camera is used during the whole thing. That one camera does its job capturing almost everything that needed to be captured. Full sound and clear picture was used and it could not have been any better.
Overall Impression — 10
This DVD is amazing. There's a lot to see. Lamb of God have made a great follow up to Killadelphia, which has gotten high praise by fans. The best thing about this DVD is that it covers everything and shows exactly what the band wants you to see; what it's like for a typical metal band to tour around the world. There's nothing to hate about this DVD at all. Everything is enjoyable and you'll find yourself watching it over and over again. If it was lost, I'd be searching for is and not sleep until I found it. If it were stolen, someone's getting a broken neck.