First ever DVD from Keiji Haino's Fushitsusha reissues what was originally a VHS document of a raging performance from the classic trio line-up circa 1991, with Haino joined by bassist Ozawa and drummer Jun Kosugi. Filmed with a single camera positioned on Haino's side of the stage it's a great straightforwardly shot document of Fushitsusha's heavens-storming live show with no obtrusive effects or editing save the odd zoom. For the most part the group are in heavy overdrive mode and the interaction between Ozawa's static bass gravity and Haino's insanely overdriven/octave-bombing guitar work is an absolute delight. Kosugi was a great Fushitsusha drummer and his staccato punctuation and brain-dazzling way with time propels the group onto a whole new plane of now. Haino pulls so many body-blurring rock moves that at one point it almost looks like he's dissolving in front of your eyes. It's always a blast to actually see the group play live, as the physical aspect of their attack is vital to their sound and this is a real, raucous peak. Show comes from a night when Fushitsusha shared the stage with Zorn's Pain Killer (their set appears on the Rituals LP). 53 minutes, NTSC region-free coding. Highest possible recommendation.