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In spite of the fact that Slipknot have previously released live DVDs that feature a lot more easter eggs than Day of the Gusano, from a performance standpoint it doesn't get any better than this


DVD Review: SLIPKNOT Day of the Gusano

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As one of the most reknowned, perennially endearing live bands to ever grace the genre of heavy metal, Slipknot's concert performances have been adequately represented on take-home media, but with a new(ish) studio album under their belts comes another opportunity to prove just what a powerhouse this group has become on the festival circuit. Representing the nonet's first ever show in Mexico City, Day of the Gusano is a DVD/CD set (a Blu-Ray version is also available) that aims for a definitive portrait of the Slipknot concert experience, and pretty much succeeds without really lifting a finger due to just featuring the broadest selection of catalog material of any live memorabilia this always-fire band have put out to date.

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Interspersing both band and fan interviews between songs, the DVD/Blu is one of the more impressively captured live videos of recent memory, with a seemingly endless army of camera operators capturing every inch of the stage and venue, a visual omnipresence that allows for capturing a 360-degree feel of performers and venue alike.

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