Metal Evolution (3 Discs)

November 6, 2014 - Comment

Metal Evolution presents 11 episodes based on the much-debated Metal History “family tree” originally shown in Headbanger’s Journey. This 24 sub-genre genealogical chart reveals the vast complex progeny of heavy metal–from Early Metal and Shock Rock to Thrash, from Progressive Metal to Grunge and Nu Metal. Using the chart as his road map, our host,

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Metal Evolution presents 11 episodes based on the much-debated Metal History “family tree” originally shown in Headbanger’s Journey. This 24 sub-genre genealogical chart reveals the vast complex progeny of heavy metal–from Early Metal and Shock Rock to Thrash, from Progressive Metal to Grunge and Nu Metal. Using the chart as his road map, our host, metalhead turned anthropologist Sam Dunn, will crisscross the globe in search of the very essence of Metal, from bars and back alleys to the biggest open air festivals.

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Product Features

  • Actors: Sam Dunn
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Run Time: 462 minutes / 3 Discs Final Format: DVD- NTSC Year: 2012
  • This Disc is formatted for all Regions and has CSS Copyright Protection (will not play in some laptops)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (widescreen) Audio:

Comments

Metal Man says:

Great Show But Buyer Beware! As far as the show it self goes, it is a very worthy attempt to link the decades of Hard Rock and Metal back to its roots, and while another reviewer is accurate about some bands being glossed over or maybe even left out, this show is an important aspect in keeping great music alive and in the public eye by way of television. Outside of “That Metal Show” and a few random live concerts here and there most of our Music Televsion channels have gone the way of reality shows or cartoons as a primary focus instead of showing videos and other related musical content. At one time we had MTV, MTV2, VH-1, and VH-1 Classic, not to mention Fuse and CMT all showing 24 hour a day musical content, and there was enough to keep the programming flowing on every channel. Music channels are meant for music fans to see shows with music content, it’s that simple, and this series is full of great musical content and pretty accurate with its history of linking one decade to another. So why the “Buyer…

strangeways says:

A burn? Give me a break – bought it – full of glitches 0

frisbeesteve says:

I WOULD buy if on standard DVD medium… 0

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