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  • Actors: Lamb of God
  • Directors: Doug Spangenberg
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Epic
  • DVD Release Date: July 1, 2008
  • Run Time: 271 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0018ODXYC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,817 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Explicit Version of Two DVD set of Walk With Me In Hell by Lamb Of God. Is it hot in here or is it just me? What a DVD for the fans! Nearly five hours of the chronicles of their incredible two year trek and like Lamb of God's unrelenting music, it never lets up. The DVD features exclusive all access, uncensored footage from the back of the bus to the front of the stage and everything in between. It features a full performance from the Download Festival in front of 72,000 fans and some of the most brutal mosh pits ever caught on video from around the world. Plus the fans get six new live performance videos, the official release of the Redneck video and the documentary of the making of the Redneck video.

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This is the ultimate insider documentary for fans of this band.
dallas diamond
The Download set is a real highlight here, the excellent audio and visual quality and extremely energetic performance by the band make for an amazing show.
Kingcrimsonprog
You also get the video for 'Redneck' as well as 'The Making Of' which is very cool.
themusicfiend

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michael on July 1, 2008
Format: DVD
Killadelphia was a perfect dvd to compliment Lamb Of God not only for their live performance, but the honest "warts n' all" portrayal of the band during the documentary footage (see infamous Glasgow fistfight for example). Here we are 3 years later after the release of Killadelphia, and we now have Walk With Me In Hell, a 2 hour documentary on the release of the much anticipated Sacrament and the tour that followed. While there's not so much fighting or drama here like Killadelphia, this dvd doesn't shy away from the realism. If 2 hours isn't enough for you, extras include live performances, plus the complete show from the 2007 Download festival, the making of Sacrament (the same documentary featured on the bonus dvd included in the special edition of Sacrament, perfect for anybody that doesn't have it), the official video for Redneck, and making of the video. While there are other killer band dvd's that are out (Unearth, God Forbid) and coming out (Cannibal Corpse, Nevermore) this year, this is simply one to get.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By themusicfiend on July 4, 2008
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'Walk With Me In Hell' is an awesome 2 disc dvd set of tour footage,live performances and a new documentary. Truly a no brainer 'WWMIH' is packed with fun, metal and lots of laughs. Not to mention precision playing from our favorite virginians. Clocking in at 2 hours 'WWMIH'(the doc) chronicles the tours in support of 'Sacrament'. You see the boys trekking all over Europe playing to large and larger audiences. With killer support from countries they have never even played in. Gone is the fist fights and drunken stupor....well not totally. There is some boozing and slapping. Where the 'Killadelphia' DVD is more of a concert than documentary, 'WWMIH' is the storytelling of 5 guys in support of 'Sacrament' their lastest album. As well as the doc you also get them performing live from all over the world. TOP NOTCH!
Disc 2 continues the splendor with 'The Making Of Sacrament' which was released as a special edition on the album. Certainly a must see if you don't already own it. Clocking in at about 77min. you go through the whole creation process with Machine(producer) and the boys. You also get the video for 'Redneck' as well as 'The Making Of' which is very cool.
Then there is about 40 min. of deleted scenes from the documentary which is very, very funny. Check out the boys playing 'The Family Feud'......governor.......governor. Then what everyone seems to be buzzing about...the full set of Lamb Of God at the Download Festival.
This is where they prove that they are at the TOP OF THEIR GAME. With a stunning and blistering performance in front of 70,000+ rabid fans. Playing such rockers as 'Pathetic','Blacken The Cursed Sun','Now You've Got Something To Die For, as well as 'Walk With Me In Hell' you will learn why they are now the target as C. Adler stated.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James W. Matson on December 13, 2011
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If you even like the band a little bit, you must buy this DVD. It's a great doc of the band's progress and development. I enjoyed the entirety of the DVD.
The extras aren't new; from memory they all came with the special Sacrament cd album release.
Still, a very worthwhile purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog on October 27, 2010
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Walk With Me in Hell is a fantastic DVD for fans of Lamb of God, full of honest and informative interviews, storming live performances and footage from all around the world.
The DVD features four and a half hours of content; including The main feature, the 117 minute documentary `Walk With Me in Hell ,' as well as six entire live songs from various tours that were featured in the documentary. The Second disc features the fantastic 77 minute `Making of The Sacrament,' documentary,' and an entire 40 minute Set from Download and lastly the music video for Redneck.
The main documentary is brilliant, following the band from just having finished recording their fantastic Sacrament album and embarking on a world tour full of interesting encounters, mishaps and mild adventures. Interviews unravel a tale of ups and downs, of bad luck and of increasing success and really give you an idea of what life is like for a touring metal band. From adjusting to foreign food, being cut of from your family and living in a cramped bus with band and crew members for months on end to photo shoots merch signing sessions and radio interview obligations.
The band are both really candid and entertaining, giving honest impressions of situations and not being afraid to look bad, while also cracking many jokes or playing a few childish pranks that never fail to raise a few laughs. Where some band DVDs may over emphasize the comedy aspects, Walk With Me In Hell is very tasteful and has the balance just right.
The whole documentary is full of Lamb of God music, both recorded versions playing over footage of busses or set ups, and snippets of excellently shot concert footage that can last up to a minute or two.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Thomas J. Allen on July 14, 2008
Format: DVD
Lamb of God is back with another DVD for fans to enjoy, this one chronicling their post-"Ashes" ascension to Actual Fame with the release of their cd "Sacrament." While entertaining, and interesting to any fan of the now-mega metal band; it's no "Killadelphia," and there's less intimacy with the band, as well as less live music overall.

The length is what should sell you on this... The DVD contains about 4 hours of material over two discs. There are two documentaries; one is generally about the band's touring endeavors and rise to metal stardom, the other is about the making of "Sacrament," which was included in the special edition of that album. Also included are couple of versions of the video "Redneck," and their live set at the Download Festival.

The Festival live set was a little short (but extremely well- recorded and edited), and the main documentary was more about a band "making it" than a band struggling. An ironic oft-repeated complaint by the band is how "bad luck follows them around," and then they get nominated for a grammy. Tough luck, yeah. Also no fist-fights (sort of... see below) in this one, Randy is on his best behavior throughout. On the plus side, the documentary had me howling with laughter a couple of times, especially the Campbell-Willie slap fight.

Again, if you like this band as much as most metalheads do, you will enjoy this vid. Highlight: live version of "Blacken the Cursed Sun." It's one of the heaviest songs ever, and the band knows it. It's an absolutely sick performance of a killer song.
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