HIM have created a successful time document in Digital Versatile Doom. The concert in the splendid Orpheum Theatre mirrors perfectly the actual state of the band. Filmed in different perspectives and planed in every detail, the recording appears very impressive, maybe a little bit too perfect. Tim Palmer worked on it a little too well here and there, at times it seems as if Ville re-sang some passages afterwards or as if playback has been used. The whole band ambitiously follows the goal to do the perfect show, special praise goes to Linde, who hardly ever could be seen that intense and unrestrained. In contrast to that Ville was acting rather reserved, you can sense his excitement at the beginning of the show . Well, it`s simply not that easy to fight back nervousness without a Jäger.
On this and other topics Ville is giving detailed information in an interview, which is part of the bonus material together with a „meet and greet“- documentation a la MTV teeny entertainment a rather poor fan gallery. Ville is talking about everything that might have troubled the minds and hearts of hardcore HIM fans. He cleans various rumors about splitting up and rehab, about inspiration and religion as well as the fate of every artist with its good and bad sites. His intelligence and charm are captured by very creative camera angles, you just won`t get bored to hear and see him speak.