The third segment of live footage is called "Rehearsal Room Jamming." It is actually another 20 minutes of the band playing live, in what appears to be a small club. Not much of a rehearsal room, if you ask me. The playing is decent,, not at the same level as in the first two, but still good. Too bad that it cuts out as abruptly as it does.
There are two more options to choose. One is called "The Road to Hamburg." This starts off with a little broken English showing where you can have sex and buy drugs, but the majority of the time they are speaking their native language, and I have no idea what they are talking about. Subtitles may have made this segment worthwhile, without them, there is no reason for me to continue watching it. Finally, there is a photo gallery with 99 pictures and it plays automatically, backed by crowd noise.
Being my first exposure to this band, I enjoyed the music a lot. It has a well balanced mix of heavy sludge and melody, reminiscent of In Flames. The combination of twin singers and twin guitars offers up a varied listening experience. The dual guitars offers the opportunity for a fuller, heavier sound. The two vocalists, one growling and one singing, also do a good job playing off each other. Drums and bass provider a solid backbeat and rhythm. There is also a keyboard player adding another texture to the palate of sound.
The concert footage is not the best quality, it looks as if it were shot on videotape. Colors are muted and sometimes the image is a little fuzzy, but it does the job. The video itself is in a ratio of 1.33:1. The audio is also towards the lower end of the spectrum, it is in 2.0 Dolby Digital, and does a decent job, but you can tell it is a live recording, the mix isn't that balanced with mostly the vocals getting buried a bit too far down in the mix.