Slipknot’s theatricality and high octane metal hits Blu-ray with their triumphant 2009 headlining performance at the Download Festival in Donington.
Two decades on, Peter Gabriel’s Secret World Live is still a must see concert and Eagle Rock does a fine job bringing it to Blu-ray.
Never mind this title’s redundant name and the debt the band owes to acts like The Stone Roses, The Charlatans, and Primal Scream, this release is a must have if you like energetic, creative, rock and roll for a new generation.
Duran Duran’s A Diamond in the Mind is a spectacular, high-energy, live concert performance filled with great visuals and lots of the band’s memorable hits.
Lee Ritenour’s Overtime is an instant jazz classic that every jazz fan is urged to sweep up immediately. The all-star backing band gives an impeccable performance that is captured with reference lossless audio quality.
90s grunge hit factory Stone Temple Pilots are captured live in this 2010 reunion in support of their latest self-titled, self-produced album. It’s a high energy show that the Gen-Xers can be proud of.
These 70s classic rock icons returned with a new album in 2009 and toured, which is captured in this lackluster Blu-ray from Eagle Rock.
Chicago in Chicago may have a tantalizing title, but the show’s general lack of energy, lackluster audio, and predictable set list may disappoint longtime fans.
The raw, bluesy, energetic riff-rock of supergroup The Raconteurs is captured live at Montreux in 2008 and served up on Blu-ray with high-res 96/24 audio. Crank it up rock lovers, this show is not to be missed.
This Brit-soul band has been pumping out the silky smooth rhythms for over 25-years, and this Montreux performance from 2003, captured in high definition, is a perfect opportunity to catch them in their element.