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Roadkill Extravaganza (2001)

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It's about the Satyricon's World Tour with Pantera during 2000. The documentary shows their live on tour and some live part.

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It's about the Satyricon's World Tour with Pantera during 2000. The documentary shows their live on tour and some live part.

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Unholy black metal road trip
24 August 2006 | by (Croatia) – See all my reviews

OK, let's get clear about something: don't compare this release with some other DVD release, like mayhem's or marduk's. This is NOT a concert, this is, as the title says, only a tour view with the guys from Satyricon.Taped by them with a lousy camera. You'll get too see shots from some concerts, here and there. The video is based on the relationship with other bands and getting wasted in all sorts of way. As the guy who commented this remarked, the quality is not among the best, but he obviously forgot something. This video was released on VHS when Rebel Extravaganza came to the stores, the DVD version is just the old tape burnt again on DVD. There were no special features before, so there are none now. Comparing a DVD concert with this video is just silly. If you are a fan, you'll like it, it lasts for 2 hours, and you get too see how the guys entertain themselves on tour.


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