Pillar - On The Road: All Day Everyday

Published Wednesday 1st December 2004
Pillar - On The Road: All Day Everyday
Pillar - On The Road: All Day Everyday

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Slingshot SDVD9974
FORMAT: DVD Music video

Reviewed by James Stafford

This is an interesting look into the realm of Pillar, following the band in late 2001/early 2002 prior to their 'Fireproof' album release. But since then they have another new album, and a new line-up, so this DVD is already old and outdated, relegating it to the realms of the die-hard Pillar fan. It follows them on the road and on the stage and so is somewhat "behind the scenes." Unfortunately almost all the music is overdubbed, even when you see them playing live, so you can't appreciate the "live vibe". Slightly uncomfortable to see some people's adulation of the band, especially as they are a band that tries to openly focus people on Jesus and the Gospel. Not necessarily a reflection on the band, but on the mixed attentions and motivations of some young believers.

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