Although Killing Joke put out some of the heaviest music around, influencing Metallica and countless others, there's something to be said for aging gracefully and bowing out of the biz with dignity. Now 25 years old, the band has released a career-spanning concert DVD that celebrates their catalogue and tries to assert their current relevance. The band peaked 15 years ago, so the whole relevance thing is a stretch, and from the opener, Communion, they all look tired and even a little bored. The camera work saves them from coming across as completely listless, with unnerving jumps between ultra-close-ups of intense singer Jaz Coleman's creepy painted face and wide shots of the head-banging masses. Frankly, the most fascinating part is watching the fans go nuts for some guys who just stand around. Even more perplexing is the bonus interview with Coleman, who rambles on pointlessly about some of the most random shit ever when not talking about how great he is. Long-time fans might get a nostalgic kick out of seeing Killing Joke play the classics, but it's pretty clear their expiration date passed long ago.