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Nailbomb - Live At Dynamo (DVD) (2005)
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Industrial thrash metal from Brazil, music DVD released in 2005.

Nailbomb was an industrial / thrash metal band. The band formed as side project by Max Cavalera of
Sepultura and Alex Newport of Fudge Tunnel. Together they recorded one
studio album on Roadrunner Records called Point Blank and played one
live performance before disbanding. Nailbomb hosted other musicians to
play guest spots, including D.H. Peligro (Dead Kennedys), Igor Cavalera
(Sepultura), and Dino Cazares (former Fear Factory guitarist).

Nailbomb's second album, Proud to Commit Commercial Suicide, was a live
recording capturing the band's appearance at the 1995 Dynamo Open Air
Festival in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. This was also the performanced
filmed for the Live at Dynamo DVD.

Nailbomb At MySpace

2005 Live At Dynamo (DVD)


01. Wasting Away
02. Guerrilias
03. Cockroaches
04. Vai Toma No Cu
05. Sum of Your Achievements
06. Religious Cancer
07. Police Truck
08. Exploitation
09. World of Shit
10. Blind and Lost
11. Sick Life

Label: Roadrunner Records

When I heard about this DVD (which was only recently) I immediately rushe dout to buy it. Not many people
know of Nailbomb, the screwed up brainchild of Max Cavalera (Sepultura)
and Alex Newport (Fudge Tunnel) that spawned one incredible studio
effort in 1994 and then disappeared. But due to popular demand, they did
their first and only live show at Dynamo Open Air Festival in Holland
1995. This DVD encaptures that performance with all the ferocity and
heaviness intact. Opening track 'Wasting Away' sounds just as good as it
did on the band's '94 record "Point Blank", with crushing riffs,
memorable vocal lines and Rhys Fulber doing a fantastic job keeping all
the samples going throughout the song. And thoughout the entire show for
that matter. Following through with sped up and monstrous renditions of
'Guerrillas', 'Blind and Lost', World of Sh*t' and the epic
'Cockroaches', the band never seems to let up for a second, pausing only
to change guitars or talk to their techs. Almost all the songs are
obviously taken from "Point Blank", with the exception of a vicious
cover of Dead Kennedy's 'Police Truck' that'll rip you a new one as soon
as Alex hits the first notes. The band's industrial punk-infused metal
has the crowd jumping da f*ck up throught the entire performance and the
sound quality is brillaint, although it does let up every so often.
Usually side projects from great musicians are a complete bucket of
crap, but Nailbomb quite possibly have the best album on the 90s and
this DVD certainly shows good evidence of that. // 9

Content: Now comes the disappointment. Despite the near flawless live
show, the DVD only has nothing. Yeah that's right, nothing. The title
screen is composed of Play Concert and a song select option. That's it.
This came as a big disappointment to me, as I would've thought they'd
have at least had some interviews with Alex and Max on the subject of
Nailbomb and this spectacular performance at Dynamo. But obviously not,
so there you go. This is strictly a live show put to disc, and while the
live show is worth the price it's somehwat disheartening to think that
they could've included so much more. // 6

Production Quality: No fancy pants production here folks, this is raw
live concert footage. No flashy lights, not crazy camera effects. Nope,
this is how a real live DVD should look like! A lot of different angles,
not much more. Some might not like the idea but I personally think it
works incredibly well. // 10

Overall Impression: Despite the absence of any special features, the
concert on this disc is one of the best I've seen in years. I'm so glad
that this got released on DVD since the '95 live album "Proud To Commit
Commercial Suicide" is long out of print, and it comes with the added
bonus of actually seeing it for yourself. I wouldn't suggest this as
your introduction to Nailbomb though, go and buy "Point Blank" before
you buy this otherwise you won't really appreciate the music as much.
But dear God everyone, this show is really impressive and I'd suggest it
to anyone who is a fan of Nailbomb, Max Cavalera or Alex Newport.
Listen to it loud and proud. // 9.

Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD Video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Audio: English AC3 5.1 448


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