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Mudvayne

Formed in Illinois in 1996, Mudvayne have risen as one of the top players in the nu-metal scene. Drawing many Slipknot comparisons, Mudvayne too wear crazy costumes onstage, but instead of masks, they wear frightening makeup for a chaotic appearance that goes well with their frenzied brand of metal. Banking time signatures, radical shifts in tempo, and vocals that go from semi-rapping to death-metal gurgling to unhinged screaming and even to clean singing (on later albums) are the hallmarks of Mudvayne's music. Their major label debut, L.D. 50, yielded the hit "Dig" in 2000; one year later they released the concept album The Beginning of All Things to End, which further cemented their place in the minds of America's angry teenagers. On 2005's Lost and Found Mudvayne dropped the facade, emerging in plain clothes without makeup on their most personal record to date. With four R.I.A.A.-certified gold albums, Mudvayne continue to write new records and deliver for their fans, whom they let choose the track listing of 2007's B-sides and rarities compilation By the People, For the People.

Mudvayne Concert Films

  • All Access to All Things

    Mudvayne

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 44 min

    Recorded live over their summer 2003 tour with heavy metal giants Metallica, this concert film features footage from shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Salt Lake City and Seattle. With candid backstage and behind the scenes footage, as well as a detailed look at the making of the video for "World So Cold," this is a fascinating look at the life of the band. Live tracks include "Dig," "Internal Primates Forever," "Death Blooms," and many more.
     
     
  • L(ive) D(osage) 50: Live in Peoria

    Mudvayne

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    Recorded 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."
     
     

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