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Fear Factory’s fourth album, Digimortal, finds the hirsute Los Angeles industrial-metal band happening on a theme that they’ve been alluding to throughout their existence. Digimortal is a concept album about the synthesis of man and machine, its 11 tracks serving up a mish-mash of screaming electronics and punishing low-end death-metal dynamics. Guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera served tenure in the none-more-metal terrorist troupe Brujeria shortly before the release of Digimortal, but straight-ahead metal antics have not dulled Fear Factory’s silicon edge; the scattershot riffage of ”Damaged” is undercut by furious, distorted synth-lines, and the hyper-tense ”No One” offers up sirens straight from the Chemical Brothers’ box of old-school rave machinery. While there’s nothing quite as startling as the title track from 1999’s Obsolete (which featured vocals from synth pioneer Gary Numan), the beatbox-based ”Back the F**k Up,” featuring Cypress Hill’s B-Real, stands head and shoulders above the ham-fisted rap-rock fusion peddled by many of Fear Factory’s peers. –Louis Pattison

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  • I can definately see why some people gave this dvd a low rating. If you’ve got any of the original pantera videos it’s a waste of money.

    However, I must admit that I enjoyed this an aweful lot. The live performances were awesome. My favorite is definately “domination” on the monsters of rock festival in moscow. It’s so damn energetic, just makes me want to jump up and break stuff. ^_^. In addition, I really love all of the backstage stuff. These guys are hilarious and the clip with Yngwie Malmsteen in the first video is too funny… “I don’t want no donuts!” ooooh man, I still get a good kick out of that.

    Anyway, to sum it up, this dvd is worth it as long as you don’t have any of the other pantera videos. I don’t mind not being able to skip to scenes, it does bring back the older days of metal where you would always watch the bands tour videos on VHS. These guys have some balls and I’d say deserve some respect for being so nuts and wonderful.

    Posted on March 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Because you can skip through chapters. Don’t anticipate 500 chapters though, each video has about 6-8 chapters which basically split up the music videos from the shenannigans. If you haven’t seen this video yet, it gives you a very different view of Pantera. They’re just a fun group of guys that partied hard. A great thing to watch while you drink before you go out.

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This DVD maybe is not unknow to Pantera fans. It reunites all 3 home video releases from the Texas band (Cowboys From Hell – The Video; Pantera – Vulgar Video and 3). This was also released in the past, and this re-issue was made available just after Dime’s tragedy. The difference between the older and the new versions is that the the new version has chpater stops and 5.1 sound.

    Technically this DVD is very good, the sound is clean, although that’s not much room for the 5.1 mix. The image is very good on the video clips and live footage, and is grainy on the amateur footage, as expected.

    The content of the DVD is nearly perfect. All Pantera’s videos, live footage from Russian Monsters of Rock, interviews, behind the stage footage and more.

    Highly recommended to metal fans.

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Well, what can I say? This is what every Pantera fan could ever want. All 3 videos, 4 hours of total Pantera.Cowboys from Hell: The Videos- The shortest, but 60% of it is all music. Awesome live performance of “The Art of Shredding” and “Heresy”Vulgar Video- 1 hour long, the FUNNIEST of all 3. Expect to crack up on most parts. It has live clips of “Domination” and “Primal Concrete Sledge”Watch It Go- 2 full hours of Pantera. Covers footage from 1994 to 1996, but there are no live songs here.- A real Pantera fan shouldn’t be without this DVD. Hail Pantera, the Kings of all that is Metal.

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I’m a big fan of Pantera so I find the music on this DVD to be great. I don’t care much for all the behind the scenes stuff on the disk (which is probably 70% of the content) but I can get past that. The biggest problem with this DVD is the design. What they did was take the three Pantera VHS tapes and put each on a seperate track on the DVD. That’s it, 3 tracks. Which means you cannot just jump to your favorite song or section of the DVD because it’s not divided. The best thing you could do is find the time elapsed for your favorite section and write that down on the DVD case and then jump to that time. Why use DVD and not use the features of DVD?

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now