There are several aspects of this recording that would have made the show really outstanding. The first is how well the band play. The mark of a truly talented band is being able to reproduce the sound on an album live, and these guys are definitely up to the challenge. But what really stands out is how Rot In Hell don't go through all the shit that bands normally do. They don't say who they are when they get on stage, don't "warm up" the crowd with pointless antics and hell, they don't even say the names of the songs they are playing. They are just there to play their music, and they do a damn fine job of it too.
Anyway, onto the actual record. It comes packaged in a glossy black jacket with some pretty choice artwork printed on the front, and nothing on the reverse side.
The vinyl itself is again black, but is only one sided. The other side features the process logo as the label, and is probably the sleekest looking thing under the sun.