Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Z. Scholts | Detroit, MI | 04/22/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Let me make this as short as possible. For old school Deicide fans (like myself), you shouldnt be dissapointed much except for the guitar solo's that seemed to be changed dramatically due to the line up change. Other than that, its Deicide!!!!
The sound quality is great except Glen's bass is bit too strong during the whole show. The vocals, drums, guitars... all nicely mixed in that "Deicide" way.
As for the extra's... who cares about them... you want a Deicide live show... and thats what your gonna get. The "Behind The Scars" is the same DVD you would have recieved in the "Scars of the Crucifix" cd/dvd set.
I give this 4/5 for two reasons... like mentioned before, when Jack or Dave are slamming out solo's.. the camera seems concentrated on Glen the whole time, and Steven doesnt get much camera action either. The sound gets a 4/5, and the picture quality a 4/5 (taking into account that Deicide isnt the richest band in the world... its way better than any bootleg youll ever come across...)
and now my fav quote from Glen...
Bit tit's, fish and chips... F**kin BRITIAN!!!
I love it...."
Great Concert thats it!!
I. Barrera | Howell, NJ | 03/09/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Im a huge Deicide fan, so when I heard they were going to come out with a dvd I couldn't wait. Then it came out yesturday and I bought it! Let me tell you the show is sick amazing performance by those guys. Reminds me of when I saw them mouths back. Glen is pretty much drunk even before the band starts there set its amazing...lol Anyway, the Behind the Scars is the same exact thing as the DVD thats came with Scars From The Crucifix album. they could have done a much better job with this dvd but Im still a huge fan, but i just cant recommend this to really anyone. Only for The Live Concert! DEICIDE"
Not perfect, but a good DVD
Nailed To Gold | New York | 10/17/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you're a Deicide fan, you will most probably like this DVD. Most of the set list is what you would expect from a Deicide show (although a few songs are left out: DEAD BY DAWN, Slave to the Cross, Blame It On God, Satan Spawn, etc...). The sound and picture quality are pretty good. My only complaint is that Glen Benton seems to be really drunk during this concert and it seems to hinder his performance. Glen's high pitched screams really dont sound too good here, but the back up singer, Dave Suzuki from Vital Remains, fills in very nicely.