Vader

More Vision and the Voice

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Polish death metallists Vader have been assaulting the world with their extreme brand of music since the early '90s, but it wasn't until the dawn of the 21st century that the group got around to issuing a video/DVD document of their live show, 2002's More Vision and the Voice. Comprised of a concert recorded in Krakow, Poland, on March 25, 1998, the DVD version also features a healthy amount of bonus features, including an interview (in Polish) with vocalist/guitarist Peter, a photo gallery, band and individual member bios, a photo gallery, plus three extra videos and eight "bootleg" live tracks from a 2001 tour. The live portion of More Vision and the Voice features such standouts as the brutal opener, "Sothis," as well as "Carnal" (with a guitar riff reminiscent of Ministry's "Thieves"), "Blood of Kings," and a faithful cover of the song which may have single-handedly invented the death metal genre, Black Sabbath's "Black Sabbath."