Mudvayne

All Access to All Things (DVD)

All Access to All Things (DVD)


Reviewed By Simon Milburn
Published 08/01/2005

Slipknot made waves a few years back as 9 masked guys with numbers for names. Not long after bursting onto the seen, Mudvayne did the same with masks replaced by ever changing and evolving painted face designs and foreign sounding names. The comparisons were inevitable. After Mudvayne's successful debut album LD50, they dropped the masks and returned to their everyday names. They followed up their debut with a live DVD and as a follow up to their sophomore album with a new DVD titled All Access To All Things which features live footage and interviews recorded on Metallica's 2003 Summer Sanitarium tour.

This time around Mudvayne have chosen to share life on the road with the band mixed in with 10 live tracks captured over the course of the tour supporting Metallica. By offering more of an insight into the band, the audience is some what narrowed to the more hardcore fans that really want to know more about the four guys in Mudvayne and how life is on the road to some extent. If you're after a full live concert, then this disc really isn't for you. But for those who want another fix to tie them over until the release of their next album, you can't go past this DVD.

(Warner)

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All Access to All Things (DVD)

Reviewed By Simon Milburn
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