Vampy counterculture icon Marilyn Manson (born Brian Warner) rode to fame on a well orchestrated media blitz centered around his lurid live performances and gleefully remorseless badgering of the Religious Right. Manson's satanic attitudinizing and ghoulish Alice Cooper-meets-Anton LaVey persona has earned him a large cult following among disaffected teenagers looking to scare the bejesus out of their parental units. Taking the road-tested Nine Inch Nails formula of driving Industrial beats and vivisectional lyrics one step further by camping it up visually, Manson, who first hit payola with 1996's Antichrist Superstar, continues to permeate his rock with plenty of shock.
Marilyn Manson Concert Films
Guns God And Government World Tour
Runtime: 1 hr 50 minGuns, God and Government captures Marilyn Manson at his most provocative. Featuring the full live show, with footage shot in Japan, Russia and Europe during his world tour, you are given a front row seat to one of rocks most spectacular performances. Featured songs include Hate Anthem, Fight Song, Dope Show, Sweet Dreams, Lunchbox and Beautiful People. This release also includes a 30 minute backstage documentary called The Death Parade. This astonishing film gives you for the first time ever an Access All Areas pass to all the uncensored debauchery that is Marilyn Manson off stage. Watch as the streets of Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Rome, New York and London are infested by Manson and his entourage. Watch in awe as Manson joins Eminem on stage, propositions Ozzy Osbournes wife and generally uses and abuses his body to the point of exhaustion.
Marilyn Manson Top Tracks
Live at the the Brighton Dome
Runtime: 1 hr 5 minWhen we last saw Stone Sour, the triple-Grammy nominated group was playing sold-out shows around the planet in support of 2006s critically acclaimed Come What(ever) May, a sonic blockbuster that entered Billboards Top 200 Album Chart at No. 4 and went on to sell more than a half-million copies on the strength of three radio hits, including the No. 1 smash single, "Through Glass. Billboard hailed the record as an intense, taut piece of work, Alternative Press called the group masters of ass-kicking, adding, In a better America, Stone Sour would be the face of American rock, and Revolver magazine gave the disc four stars and praised the quintet for demonstrating a dynamic range equaled by few of their peers.
Live And Murderous In Chicago
Runtime: 1 hr 19 minPapa Roach: Live and Murderous in Chicago is the first concert released by Californian rock group Papa Roach. It was released in the United States on November 22, 2005 – and features the band performing live at "The Vic Theater" in Chicago, Illinois. The program captures alt-metal rockers Pap Roach thrashing away at their most intense during an exhilarating Chicago concert, bringing down the house with an energetic 75-minute set.
Live at Download Festival 2011
The Pretty Reckless
Runtime: 38 minGifted with a voice, style, as well as undeniable onstage presence, Taylor Momsen and The Pretty Reckless arguably are one of Rock-n-Roll’s saviors. This live performance exhibits more raw energy, less overprocessing, and most of all, real emotion.
L(ive) D(osage) 50: Live in Peoria
Runtime: 1 hr 18 minRecorded live in 2001 in the band’s hometown, Mudvayne’s Live Dosage 50: Live in Peoria finds the hard-rock quartet in explosive form on thrash classics like "Dig" and "Death Blooms."
Runtime: 1 hr 39 minFeaturing the band in their element - the live arena - this full-length live show is a stunning mix of visual mayhem and brutal, extreme heavy metal. Slipknot Disasterpieces video No band around can top the Slipknot experience, with concussion bombs, flames, lasers, rotating drum risers and a whole lot more going on, you're simply not going to be able to take your eyes off the on-screen carnage. Slipknot Disasterpieces film All of Slipknot's music videos are also presented, including the never-before-seen animated promo for "Wait & Bleed.".
Runtime: 2 hrDeuce is the second film by the American Nu Metal band, Korn. It was released on June 11, 2002 - the same day as the band's fifth studio release, Untouchables. The film was certified platinum by the RIAA. The DVD includes the band's first home video Who Then Now? and features the music video collection from Korn to Issues. Other extras include biographies of each band member, gags, behind-the-scenes of the music videos or live concerts, and various other things.
Live At Download Festival 2014
Runtime: 53 minRob Zombie is a world-class showman who delivers the show to end all shows. He has a lot of songs that are designed to be played to a field of metalheads and this live concert performance is a proof of his talent.
Beside You In Time
Nine Inch Nails
Runtime: 1 hr 32 minCapturing the powerful intensity and artistry of Nine Inch Nails amazing live performances during the 2005-2006 “Live: With Teeth” Tour, the Beside You In Time concert film showcases the band in peak form. A visually stunning experience with an array of inventive and ingenious lighting designs that draws the viewer in while focusing the force of NIN’s epic sound into visual form.
Live at Forum
Runtime: 1 hr 16 minA singer, poet, songwriter, activist, and composer; Serj Tankian has always created music as an outlet to express his thoughts and feelings with a level of passion and consciousness that few in todays world of music can rival. An Armenian immigrant born in Lebanon and re-rooted in Los Angeles, Tankian was introduced to the melding of cultures, ideas and ideals from a very young age. The principles learned from this integration and adaptation have led to his understanding of the oneness of all things and have since maneuvered and transfigured into the music that he lives to create.
Runtime: 1 hr 15 minOn the 19th of August, Placebo performed a unique one-off show for MTV Unplugged at the London Studios in the UK. Here we present the results of this incredible show.The band were encased in spectacular LED box during the performance, from where they belted out some of their most well-loved tracks such as 'The Bitter End' and 'Every You Every Me.' Some new gems were dropped in for good measure, alongside surprise guests Joan As Police Woman and Majke Voss Romme (Broken Twin). No Placebo show would be complete without some signature cover versions and this set did not disappoint, from the breath-taking opener to the show- Sinead O'Connors 'Jackie' to a melancholy version of Pixies 'Where Is My Mind'