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The work of metalheads who have never been afraid to be original. Mushroomhead had a distinctive,
recognizable sound (and a devoted cult following in Cleveland) long before Evanescence, Slipknot, or
Sevendust broke through commercially.-- All Music Guide


MUSHROOMHEAD release their second DVD entitled Vol. 2 on October 28, 2008! It features over 2 hours of unreleased footage both live and behind the scenes. Catch the band as they reveal what drives this crazy, artistic machine.

MUSHROOMHEAD are pioneers in art metal and are at the forefront of this scene. Combining masks with theatrics and a combination of rock and metal, the band creates epic albums that appeal to metal, goth and rock kids. Savior Self continues this tradition, but with a stronger rock sensibility. Their last single cracked the Top 40 on the Active Rock Chart. Similar bands: Slipknot, Tool.

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  • Actors: Mushroomhead
  • Directors: -
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Megaforce
  • DVD Release Date: October 28, 2008
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FXG2A8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,769 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Jose Concepcion on October 24, 2011
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I had the chance to see this DVD, some of the content on it is not appropriate for children. Anyways I love all the footage of the band goofing around and I also love the music videos. There was a lot of backstage and live concert footage mixed here. You also see the band in ridiculous cardboard and duck tape outfits playing with swords running around the street, sword fighting, which was awesome. The packaging on the DVD is awesome. If you're a fan of Mushroomhead, you'll enjoy this.
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Mushroomhead has stated their view on DVDs. Summed up, they want them Home-Video style. Everyone can see plenty of songs and live performances if they just type the name into google, but you never really see the human side of the band, and that's what they wanted to portray. And that's exactly what they did.

It's a nice break from the whole professional act you see everywhere, it's a peek into the kinds of people they are. It's a look at how hard it is for the new guy to take in having to do what bands do. Throughout the video it's kind of made apparent that Waylon isn't used to the kind of goofing off these guys do, as shown with a scene where he almost beats up Rick (ST1TCH) for hitting him with a water bottle.

Mushroomhead's "Volume II" stays true to the home-video style they wanted to achieve. The whole thing is basically them goofing off, as I've said before: Some of it is inside jokes, some of it isn't, and you're really not usually given the events leading up to it. It's funny, in a special sort of way.

The video comes with a good number of music videos, including 1200, Simple Survival and Burn to name a few. It also comes with live performances for those three tracks I just named, but filmed on one lone camera, and it's kind of messy (In 1200, you can barely hear anything over the drums, which the camera guy is standing next to). It also comes with a commentary for 1200, during which ST1TCH, Skinny and House (ST1TCH and Skinny edited the video, and House directed it) give some insight into the directing and editing of the film, commenting on things like how much blood was on Jeff, the quality of the edits, and how it managed to be shown on MTV.
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This DVD picks up with the antics of the band pretty much where we left them. The quality of the video is better and the sound is better, but that is to be expected. The off stage stuff is pretty entertaining, but the real reason to get this are the videos. If you liked Vol.1 This is the same, but better. I was suprised that they put in the footage of the in-band-fights. I guess it happens but it was interesting to see it on the DVD.
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This is a good dvd, its not meant for widescreen tv's which i have, but for the 10 dollars and change i paid it was well worth the money. I was excited at the entering of Waylon and thought Savior Sorrow was a great album and stood up to the previous entries. The videos on this dvd which are listed in another review here are great up until the newest album. I noticed a recurring theme of "the end" in the last album, and the sarcasm they portay while being unmasked as well in one video is unfortunate and a scary thought since it truly seems this may be the end for them, I dont know that for sure, but i dont think im the only person that could have felt that way. In that video they even look dissapointed on purpose. Anyways, the live is decent, the backstage is just as good as volume 1 and that along with the videos is why you will be buying this. Overall it lost a star compared to the first volume due to the more commercial newer album "beautiful stories for ugly children".
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Being a long time Mushroomhead fan, I became curious about the content of their latest DVD which was recently released. Volume 2 is a great DVD that gives fans the backstage insight as to how exactly the band members act when not in their alternative identities wearing the trademark masks associated with the group. The band records their daily activities that occur while on tour, a tour that last over 50 days, and the viewer gets first hand view of the antics that all of the band members partake in.

From painting other bands' trailers pink, mocking other bands during their set, attacking one another while members of the band are either sleeping or are not expecting it, or to more improvised practical jokes, the members of Mushroomhead show that in general, they like to have a good time. The DVD breaks up the craziness of the band members, with musical interludes provided in the form of music videos to several of their biggest hits from their latest album "Savior Sorrow". Members such as St1tch, Gravy, and Jeffrey Nothing, tend to be the ones performing the majority of the jokes on their fellow band mates, and it seems as if everyone is pretty good about taking the jokes, all that is, except for Waylon.

The inclusion of the tension that exists between veteran members of the band and the newest addition, Waylon, shows that after being locked in a confined space for over 50 days with someone you already have tension with will only cause these feelings to surface even more. By keeping this portion of the DVD on the film, the band shows that they too are human, and that not everyone gets along 100% of the time.

The video features snippets of live performances, fan greetings, and extensive behind the scenes footage of the band getting ready to perform.
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