This Is Who We Are (video album)

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This Is Who We Are
Video by As I Lay Dying
Released April 14, 2009
Genre Metalcore
Length 300 Minutes (approx)
Label Metal Blade
Director Denise Korycki
Producer Denise Korycki (Wild Wind Productions)
As I Lay Dying chronology
An Ocean Between Us
(2007)An Ocean Between Us2007
This Is Who We Are
The Powerless Rise
(2010)The Powerless Rise2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
Exclaim! Unfavorable link
HM Magazine 3.5/5 link
Metal Hammer Favorable link (in German)

This Is Who We Are is the first DVD from the metal band As I Lay Dying. It was released on April 14, 2009, through Metal Blade Records. The video album sold 4,200 copies in the US during its first week of sales allowing it to debut at number 2 on the Top Music Videos chart.[1][2] On May 18, 2009, the DVD was certified Gold in the US.[3] It was also certified Platinum in Canada by the CRIA.[4]

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1: documentary[edit]

Complete band history includes in-depth artist interviews and commentary, interviews with friends and family, as well as observations and road stories from colleagues and bands that have worked with and befriended As I Lay Dying since the band’s inception.

Disc 2: live[edit]

Videos of live songs recorded from various locations during As I Lay Dying's 2008 tours.

  1. "Falling Upon Deaf Ears" (Seacoast Community Church)
  2. "Forever" (Seacoast Community Church)
  3. "Meaning In Tragedy" (The Jumping Turtle)
  4. "The Darkest Nights" (The Jumping Turtle)
  5. "Separation" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  6. "Nothing Left" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  7. "An Ocean Between Us" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  8. "Within Destruction" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  9. "Forsaken" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  10. "Distance Is Darkness" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  11. "I Never Wanted" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  12. "The Sound of Truth" (The Grove of Anaheim)
  13. "94 Hours" (Cornerstone)
  14. "Through Struggle" (Wacken Open Air)
  15. "Reflection" (With Full Force Festival)
  16. "Confined" (Wacken Open Air)

Disc 3: music videos and bonus features[edit]

Music videos and bonus features including more touring stories, profiles on personalities & more

  1. "Nothing Left" (Directed by Brian Thompson)
  2. "The Sound of Truth" (Directed by Brian Thompson)
  3. "Within Destruction" (Directed by Jerry Clubb)
  4. "Confined" (Directed by Christopher Sims)
  5. "Through Struggle" (Directed by Lex Halaby)
  6. "Darkest Nights" (Directed by Darren Doane)
  7. "Forever" (Directed by Derek Dale)
  8. "94 Hours" (Directed by Derek Dale)


  • Tim Lambesis - vocals
  • Jordan Mancino - drums
  • Nick Hipa - lead guitar
  • Phillip Sgrosso - rhythm guitar
  • Josh Gilbert - bass guitar/ clean vocals
  • Produced and directed by Denise Korycki
  • Clint Norris - formerly bass guitar
  • Brian J. Ames
  • Vince Edwards
  • Dan Fitzgerald
  • Kelli Malella
  • Heather Parsons
  • Brian Slagel - owner of Metal Blade Records
  • Mike Faley
  • Tracy Vera
  • Kenny Gabor - Manager
  • Vaughn Lewis - Manager
  • Dave Miller
  • Lia Starace
  • Jim Starace
  • Brian Cobbel - owner of Pluto Records
  • Tommy Garcia - former guitarist/bassist
  • Brandon Hays - former guitarist/bassist
  • Kevin Puig - tour manager
  • Joey Bradford
  • Andrew "Dayday" Perez
  • Kyle Rosa
  • Brandon Ward