Disasterpieces is the second video album by American heavy metal band Slipknot. Unveiled at an advance screening in New York City on November 1, 2002, and released on November 22 by Roadrunner Records, the two-disc set features a concert at London Dockland Arena, and all the band’s music videos to date, including songs from Slipknot and Iowa.
The concert was filmed by 26 cameras, including one on the headstock of Mick Thomson’s guitar and a “first person” point of view of several band-members. The show was edited in part by band member Shawn Crahan who watched all the footage recorded at the show.
Disasterpieces met a positive critical reception, with many citing the quick editing and sound quality as strong points. Certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA in 2005, it is the band’s highest-selling DVD to date, shipping at least 400,000 units as a longform video.
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