R.I.P. documents the group's final concert, held in its Seattle hometown on Halloween 2001. Delightfully, the Devils died as they lived, and R.I.P. captures a typically ragged performance, replete with drunken between-song banter, blown notes, forgotten lyrics and more unsolicited feedback than a group-therapy session. The set list spans the band's recording career, with an emphasis on material from its final EP, the surprisingly accessible Thelema. Bespectacled yowler Spencer Moody was in rare form, his sandpaper roar splitting the difference between Jim Morrison and Glenn Danzig. Longtime fans will savor two previously unreleased numbers, including "Grace That Saves," the final song the band played together. One of the more strident live units of its era, the Devils deserve this fitting eulogy.