The collection showcases Dwid's uncommonly theatrical stage presence, with cameos by other hardcore notables -- Terror frontman Scott Vogel makes an appearance on one of five versions of "Micha: Those Who Fear Tomorrow" (and they're all keepers). The clips are all live, but they're embedded with enough creepy conceptual footage -- grainy frames of serial killers, doomed women, and skeleton horsemen -- to make it all feel like a scene from the underworld. And to dissipate the doom, the disc ends with a hilarious bonus track of scenemates Face Value, lip-synching and pig-piling to "In Contrast of Sin." Now there's a contrast.
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