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METALLICA's 'Videos' Beats SLIPKNOT's 'Voliminal' On Music Video Chart - Dec. 15, 2006 METALLICA's first-ever collection of all its music videos, called "The Videos 1989-2004", sold more than 28,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 3 on Billboard's Top Music Video chart. The DVD contains all 21 of the band's videos, from 1989's "One" to 2003's "Some Kind of Monster", along with a few bonus features. The DVD also features alternate versions of the "One" and "The Unforgiven" clips, as well as the trailer for the band's 2005 documentary, "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster".

In other news, SLIPKNOT's "Voliminal: Inside the Nine" DVD shifted more than 24,000 units in the United States in the first seven days following its release to land at No. 5 on Billboard's Top Music Video chart. The disc, which has already been certified platinum in Canada for sales in excess of 10,000 copies, was directed by SLIPKNOT percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan and shot while the band was recording and touring behind its third album, "Vol. 3 (The Subliminal Verses)". To report any abusive, obscene, defamatory, racist, homophobic or threatening comments, or anything that may violate any applicable laws, please send an e-mail to [email protected] with pertinent details. Anyone posting such material will be immediately and permanently banned. IP addresses are recorded to aid us in enforcing these conditions. COMMENT |
posted by : Meaney
12/15/2006 7:43:16 PM
Voliminal was poor
i like slipknot but i dont see how Shawn can call that thing a film
it was just random clips thrown together with bad editing

posted by : lastthrash
12/15/2006 7:47:18 PM

posted by : Big Black Kangaroo
12/15/2006 8:09:59 PM
What do they mean by "first?" Why would they need to release another?

COMMENT | One...
posted by : mastronaut
12/15/2006 8:36:50 PM
Nuff said

COMMENT | Never cared for
12/15/2006 8:59:28 PM
The sellout era of Metallica, but Slipknot is started to lose there edge somewhat nowadays, but nothing like what happened with Metallica, ie the haicuts, and misapplied Massacra ala LOAD CD booklet.

Kind of funny that Metallica threw darts at Winger album covers, because Metallica is the new Winger of the modern era, at least over at

Metallica were never convincing as a alternative band, ala LOAD and Reload and as a NuMetal act, ala St. bad Cliff em All was not redone with more of the 1982-1991-era's.

So for Covincing NuMetal I am going to stick with the Slipknot DVD's and leave the Grunge band gone NuMetal DVD alone.

Now Playing

Ratt " Invasion of Your Privacy"

Next up

Morbid Angel " Altars of Madness"

then tons of Cradle of Filth.

Long Live Slipknot !!!!!!!

COMMENT | Slipknot blows anyway
posted by : Lager
12/15/2006 9:45:59 PM
Yah keep on whining over the haircuts. Metal gods like Hetfield, King, and Anselmo look meaner with the short hair anyway. You can keep your 1980 mop-hair. are full of retards.

COMMENT | METALLICA RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
posted by : RiotAct666
12/15/2006 9:57:23 PM
The videos dvd is awesome \m/

posted by : Brother Maynard
12/15/2006 10:33:35 PM

posted by : fergrhtght6789
12/16/2006 12:50:21 AM


COMMENT | METALLICA's 'Videos' Beats SLIPKNOT's 'Voliminal' On Music Video Chart
posted by : mike57
12/16/2006 2:23:56 AM
Why wouldn't it? Metallica VS Slipknot should be a given.

posted by : gunnarcannibal
12/16/2006 5:25:31 AM
anyone who was a teenager in the 90's got into metal because of the fact that Metallica made The Black album, Metal would be dead without Metallica...everyone would have followed Nirvana, which ended up being a dead end...Metallica are the most important metal band of all time, without them metal would have no young blood and would be dead today...yeah, they sold out but they had to Metallica leads to more metal, at least that is what they did for me...I fucking hate kids that are younger than me who say they only love the first 4 albums just because they don't want to get shit on by the older metal guys, fuck that, you didn't grow up in the 80's you lying motherfuckers, Enter Sandman saved your fucking life and got you into metal when you were in 5th grade and you owe it your fucking life....whatever I could go on but fuck you

posted by : Purpendicular
12/16/2006 10:20:08 AM
Metallica's sound has changed over the years, but when Led Zeppelin did In Through The Out Door, nobody whined about the keyboards and more commercial sound. Metallica fans are too fickle. All they want is the band to stay the same circa 1986. 1986 was 20 years ago. That's like asking you to go back and play with your GI Joe toys.

COMMENT | What does a
12/16/2006 11:35:17 AM
Power Metal band like Metallica assimilating into a actual corporate rock band, having anything to with that strange and bizarre GI Joe analogy ?????

Yeah I had to pass on the Sell-outs DVD collection, and will be sticking with the autentic NuMetal band slipknot, and not the counterfeits ala ST. Anger.

Long Live Slipknot.

I hope Slipknot never pulls a Metallica, ie Sell-out all the way !!!

COMMENT | gunnar's right.
posted by : matt6sic6
12/16/2006 11:52:48 AM
Very true statements.

...Nirvana led to a dead end.....hahaha well put

posted by : madeinquebec
12/16/2006 1:00:02 PM
Nordic Vision, shut your sellout ass

COMMENT | Hey, Nordic visions and (whatever)
posted by : Steelers Own You
12/16/2006 1:39:30 PM
Metallica was a THRASH metal band, not a power metal band during the 1980's.

And you can say that "Power Metal" was a demo from Metallica all you want. I already knew that anyways.

COMMENT | And I'm not done either...
posted by : Steelers Own You
12/16/2006 1:40:40 PM
Some power and power / thrash metal bands from the 80's:

Agent Steel

COMMENT | Nordic vision and Nordic Metal
12/16/2006 3:21:28 PM
COMMENT | Hey, Nordic visions and (whatever)
posted by : Steelers Own You
12/16/2006 1:39:30 PM

Metallica was a THRASH metal band, not a power metal band during the 1980's.

And you can say that "Power Metal" was a demo from Metallica all you want. I already knew that anyways


Yeah I know I have been a Metal fan since 1980. Lucky enough to grow up on the West Coast back then...So bascially I always considered the originating hardcore bands as the thrash bands. And the bands to borrowed from that the Power Metal bands, back in 1981/1982/1983. Untill bands like Kreator created a new type of ' thrash ' metal.

Thrash was ususally a word to denote genericness from tradtional metal fans.

I am pretty sure though that Bob Muldowney used the term Power Metal and never thrash metal for the Power Metal Magazine that later specialized in Death Metal called Kick Ass Monthly.

Thrash just means wild beat, and nothing else really. I never cared for all those markeeting terms that labels and magazines invent.

I like all kinds of Metal, just always poke fun at these LA posers, and sell-outs Metallica, because when they were a Metal band, they slagged every rock band. Now that they are a corporate rock band, they still try to pass of the sellout era, as full on Metallica with experimentation or whatever.

Every Metaller is a traditional metal fan to some extent, but always though the True Metal movement is somewhat of a joke when its first couple of leaders ManOwar and MetallicA. Slag LA glam Metal, but compared to the sellout era's of Manowar and Metallica.

All those LA Glam albums sound more awesome in 2006, than in 1982/1983/1984, when put up against the recent Manowar and Metallica efforts.

If Metallica and Manowar were the leaders of the DEATH TO FALSE METAL thing back in 1982/1983. I say Metal's problem was never mainstream metal, but Metallica and Manowar.

My arguement is not perfect.. I am sure tons of trad. and Glam bands also, Cut the hair and went all flannel, like Metallica did.

One big happy Metal family right ???

Hell no...Hatred is natural emotion why not indulge in a healthy way???

I would be kind of worried if everyone only just like corporate rock bands, like sell-out era MetallicA.

COMMENT | Nah....!!!
12/16/2006 3:36:47 PM
posted by : madeinquebec
12/16/2006 1:00:02 PM

Nordic Vision, shut your sellout ass...


I get heavier with each and every year. Because that is how Metal natural developes and progresses. If figured that out in 1982.

By the time Metallica were selling out there were tons of new innovations in every aspect of metal.

I like the modern era of heavy metal better than what was around back in 1978-1980 when I first started to get in to heaviers stuffs than Black Sabbath and Led Zepplin.

The first band I heard as a metal sell-out style wise was Tygers of Pan Tang, years before Def Leppard and Scorpions assimilated into corporate rock acts. So it is not like Metallica invented the metal betrayer concept, just the term sell-out is now called pulling-a-Metallica.

The Satanic Bible defends the sell-out of harder rock artist assimilating into corporate rock artist. I just hate corporate rock outright.

posted by : madeinquebec
12/16/2006 5:29:52 PM
Bla bla bla. You keep talking, I just see "bla bla bla"

Corporate blablabla newbie sellout

COMMENT | Totally wrong...
12/16/2006 7:08:42 PM
Either your playing dumb Madien in Quebec or your just that stupid.

Newbie...Been a Metal fan for decades 70's, 80's, 90's, 2000's going on my 5th one in 2010.

Nope never a corporate rock fan.

The problem is your reading comprhension if you would of started with metal in the late 1970's / 1980's like I did. Sorry if I have those 28 or so years on you.

See you think I am 14 because I have " unapproved " taste from the hot topic crowd. But I am 40 with no signs of selling out.

You can not understand the facts because you were never a metaller in the first place.

posted by : rmb
12/18/2006 8:42:48 AM
Goes to show 'Tallica still has balls. Let's see how their new CD in 2007 with Rick Rubin holds up.

Mushroomhead owns!

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