Nigel Planer narrates a documentary which traces the origins and development of British heavy metal from its humble beginnings in the industrialised Midlands to its proud international triumph. In the late 60s a number of British bands were forging a new kind of sound. Known as hard rock, it was loud, tough, energetic and sometimes dark in outlook.
Learn five Judas Priest tracks for guitar note for note with Danny Gill. This superb DVD teaches you some of the best riffs and solos from one of the greatest English heavy metal acts!
Predating Metallica's self-titled blockbuster by 11 years, Judas Priest's British Steel was a similarly pitched landmark boasting many of the same accomplishments. It streamlined and simplified the progressive intricacies of a band fresh off of revolutionizing the entire heavy metal genre; it brought an aggressive, underground metal subgenre crashing into the mainstream (in Priest's case, the NWOBHM; in Metallica's, thrash); and it greatly expanded the possibilities for heavy metal's commercial viability as a whole. Of course, British Steel was nowhere near the sales juggernaut that Metallica was, but in catapulting Judas Priest to the status of stadium headliners, it was the first salvo fired in heavy metal's ultimate takeover of the hard rock landscape during the 1980s…
If you want to learn to play Heavy Metal Guitar, look no further! You have found the ultimate course with EASY METAL GUITAR DVD! Expert guitar instructor Mark John Sternal starts you out with simple power chords, riffs, tricks and techniques that form the backbone of Heavy Metal guitar playing. Each lesson is introduced with thorough and descriptive instructions, followed by a slowed-down practice section which will insure that anyone, at any level, can play each exercise. Later, these exercises are combined to form complete Metal Songs. Each Metal Song and Metal Solo is presented at a slow, medium and fast tempo, allowing you to play along and build up your Metal Guitar Chops!
This is a 4-CD chronological 'Best-of' boxset which includes previously unreleased live tracks and a rare demo. The 64-page full colour paperback booklet contains the full tracklisting with writing/production credits for each, and an extensive biography by Bryan Reesman supported with many vintage photos and contributions from the present band members, who also provide the introduction. The special box is decorated with triple-row pyramid studs on each side. The discs are kept inside carboard sleeves and are placed in a plastic tray on top of each other. The DVD contains a full concert of the band playing live at the Midsouth Coliseum in Memphis, Tennessee on 12th December 1982 on the "Screaming For Vengeance" World Tour. It was originally released as "Judas Priest-Live" by CBS on VHS. Includes brand new stereo and 5.1 surround sound mixes. Audio remixed to 5.1 by Thom Cadley.