*Not even so much of a passing mention of Kam Lee's involvement in Mantas, let alone an interview.
*No acknowledgement of Scott Clendenin's original bass work on Control Denied or his death in 2015.
*Tim Aymar, Control Denied vocalist, is completely omitted from the documentary. This one stung the most for me, as I am a personal friend of his (I say this in the interests of disclosure, not a name drop).
The runtime of the main documentary is relatively short, so I don't think that is a factor in the above problems. I point to Eric Grief as the most likely obstacle, but that is purely speculative.
If you can look past these issues, the rest of the documentary is very well constructed and edited. As someone who fancies himself a death metal historian, and having met most of the people involved in the band at one point or another (including Chuck himself), I learned a few great pieces of trivia from this.
Despite its flaws, I find that it is a must-watch for any fan of the man, the band, or the genre. It's just a shame it's not complete.