This recording is free of the editing and filtering trickery of the Garorock show. On the other hand, the show does not appear to have been recorded in high definition either. This is not really a bad thing as it just adds something to atmosphere. This may actually be the more entertaining one and it is because of the raw intensity of the grainy footage and the smaller venue. It should also be noted that you have the same audio options here as on the first disc and the music is captured perfectly.
The next piece of The Flesh Alive puzzle is a documentary that runs a little past the 60 minute mark. The style is very...well, not your usual documentary. It is presented in a fly on the wall style. We get clips of them recording The Way of All Flesh in the studio, of them preparing to go on tour, and the various aspects of their tour, culminating in a 2009 run opening for Metallica. Mixed in are a few interview bits and footage of nature and buildings. It is not exactly what I would term as informational, but it is fascinating as we watch the band create and give back through the recording and touring process.
The last part of this release is a live CD of the Garorock set. It is snipped a little here and there to ensure it fits on one disc. It is a very nice companion to the DVDs. With this disc you can take some live Gojira wherever you go and there is nothing wrong with that.