Next up is a trio of music videos for "The Burning Times," "The Red Iris," and "The Aggression." None of them are all that ground breaking, but they are still pretty cool to have. Nice to see them unfettered by their mic stands. They are presented in non-anamorphic widescreen.
There is a twenty minute featurette called "Shockumentary, Part I." Not sure where, or when, Part II will appear. This is comprised of behind the stage and on the road footage as they tour through Poland, Russia, Italy, Ukraine, and other places. Some low quality live footage is mixed in with the rest of the clips. We get to see the band goofing around on the road and getting ready for a performance.
Capping the videos is an interview with Flauros and Nera. This covers the evolution of the band from its earliest beginnings as a side project for Mastiphal's bassist, to the creation and experimentation with their sound, all the way through the current day. It is conducted in Polish with subtitles. The interview runs north of 30 minutes.
The final substantial material is in the form of two audio only tracks. The two songs are "Equinox" and a studio re-recording of "Storm" from 2005. Both songs are pretty good, particularly "Storm."
There are a few final extras. They come in the form of a photo gallery, band logo wallpapers, and web links to more photographs.
Bottomline. This is a very good collection of footage and related material. Darzamat is a band that is finding its way and making a name for themselves. I am definitely interested in hearing more of their music. Plus, if this is an indication of all their live shows, I want them to come tour the States!