Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Mighty Satanic Overkill!!
T. Verkin | Austin,TX | 10/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This dvd is for the blackest of blood,and will undoubtedly overwhelm you with raw power and sheer annihilating precision...Marduk once again devour all scepticism and fiercly hold there throne of wicked triumph...This brilliantly evil dvd is loaded with hours of live performance,interviews,and a eery stroll through a dark cemetery...I'd definetely recommend this to any true black metal/ Marduk fan...this dvd far exceeded my expectations...Hails!!!"
DEAF IN HELL !!!!!!!!!!!!
JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU | Weston Hills, FL United States | 03/27/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Bought this out of sheer curiosity after watching some youtube videos and man did it result a trip to hell and back ! Despite some minor drawbacks, and considering how low-budget most Black Metal dvds are, this one turned out awesome. The sound is near perfect PCM stereo, super-loud and clear and the perfomance is intense and passionate. Then-new (2004) singer Mortuus proved a worthy addition and guitarrist Morgan sets his fretboard on fire, esp for ¨Bleached Bones¨ for which he changes his conveentional 6-stings Fender for a detuned 7-stringer resulting in massive low-end riffing. Fantastic mix; I played it with just a touch of low-end enhancement and voilá, killer sound !! Pic is 4:3 which will annoy owner of lcd screens.
The first gig in Holland is filmed in a very dark stage but you get to see everything OK except for the bassist who gets very little exposure. Great rapid-fire edition with cool old-school chroma effects but there's a lot of cubic-block pixelation from wrong image compression.
Secong gig is in Poland and filmed in B&W, dunno the reason for it but it did work for me. It's a short, almost rushed 30'set and the songs are played at a faster tempo and a little sloppier providing a sort of alternative versions to the first set's. At the end you get a long and silent photo gallery wich is kinda pointless since most of the pics are too small.
Disc 2 features 2 good videoclips, an interesting interview and a behind the scenes and aeons of camcorder footage of the Deatmarch tour 04-05 which I don't find appealing but will prolly delight hardcore Marduk fans. Weird enough this 2disc set could have easily been fitted into a double layer dvd but this seems to be the trend now (Kiss' Rock The Nation anyone ? )"