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Encyclopedia > Terror and Hubris

Lamb of God's first and (thus far) only DVD. Released in January of 2003.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Intro
  2. "How They Met" Interview
  3. In the Absence of the Sacred
  4. The Blair Shit Project
  5. The Subtle Arts of Murder and Persuasion
  6. "The Writing Process"
  7. Ruff Buffet
  8. Hellfest Interview
  9. Pariah
  10. Behind the Scenes of "Ruin"
  11. Ruin
  12. Final Interview

Extras

  • Feature Commentary from the band
  • Ruin (music video)
  • Black Label (music video)
  • DC Shoes Commercial
  • Contest winner video for Pariah
  • Subtle Arts (live)
  • In the Absence (live)
  • Pariah (live)
  • Ruin (live)

Personnel

Info

Due to legal reasons, the video for "11th Hour" could not be included, to the dismay of many fans.


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hubris - Information from Reference.com (505 words)
Hubris or hybris (Greek ὕβρις), according to its modern usage, is exaggerated self pride or self-confidence, often resulting in fatal retribution.
Hubris is often said to be the "hamartia" ("error") of characters in Greek tragedy, and the cause of the "nemesis" or destruction, which befalls these characters.
In its modern usage, hubris denotes overconfident pride and arrogance; it is often associated with a lack of knowledge, interest in, and exploration of history, combined with a lack of humility.
hubris: Definition and Much More from Answers.com (741 words)
An early example of "hubris" in Greek literature are the suitors of Penelope in Homer's Odyssey.
Hubris is often said to be the "hamartia" ("error") of characters in Greek tragedy, and the cause of the "nemesis" (nemesis), or destruction, which befalls these characters.
An accusation of hubris often implies that suffering or punishment will follow, similar to the occasional pairing of hubris and Nemesis in the Greek world and the proverb "pride goes before a fall" is thought to sum up the modern definition of hubris.
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