-The Documentary is great! The band, despite being a total bunch of goof balls, actually seem like really cool cats. They are sincere to the music and have definitely earned their right to be touring across the world. I really enjoy the fact that it isn't some crappy interview it is basically just the guys in the band being asked different questions about everything from their favorite Records to peeing in Gatoraide bottles. It also includes the pre-History of Mastodon... How they met, previous bands etc... (However they left out details about when Brann and Bill were in `Today is the Day')
-There are 28 live tracks recorded between, 2000 - 2005, taken from a variety of venues all over the world. Most of the visuals are quite good however the sound quality varies depending on the song. Either way 28 songs is tons of tunes it features all of the songs recently released on `Call of the Mastodon' plus the majority of the tracks on Remission and Leviathan. It is really nice to see how the band has gone from paying in front of only a few people to playing in front tens of thousands.
[I do wish there was more footage of just Brann playing the drums though... that man is freaking animal.]
-The 3 videos are a nice bonus touch. Their first vid was March of the Fire Ants, the second was Iron Tusk, and their third is Blood and Thunder (Which is a fantastic Video.... Crazy Clowns and Carnies everywhere!)