Lamb of God As the Palaces Burn
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diefamous
September 23rd 2006



281 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I find it much more easier to sit down and listen through Ashes of the Wake all the way than As the Palaces Burn. Ashes of the Wake was just a brilliant dispaly of riffage throughout the entire album, I couldn't get tired of one song. Lyrics kick ass too.

raydogg666
October 13th 2006



3 Comments


if your not a real death metal fan dont buy the cd( new american gospel) . but as the palaces burn is my fav LoG cd.
it was this cd that transformed them into a mainstream metal band.


diefamous
November 15th 2006



281 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ummm... New American Gospel is not death metal....

JumpTheF**kUp
January 3rd 2007



2710 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

True dat.
This is their best in my opinion, I love the title track so much.

bigguy69
January 3rd 2007



199 Comments


thats right diefamous new american gospel isn't death metal although burn the priest(the pre-lamb of god moniker) played generally death metal

Pluh
February 9th 2007



579 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Man... when they played songs from ATPB live, i almost creamed myself... on a better note, i love this album. good review.

LifeInABox
March 26th 2007



3708 Comments


thats right diefamous new american gospel isn't death metal although burn the priest(the pre-lamb of god moniker) played generally death metal
they never played death metal. it was always like what they are now, its just evolved alot

LifeInABox
March 26th 2007



3708 Comments


Black Label, The Black Dahlia, Ruin, 11th Hour, Laid to Rest, Now You've Got Something to Die for, Decending, and Walk With Me in Hell is the ultimate Lamb of God song list

sixthwaytodie
April 28th 2007



35 Comments


Strong album, but not as good as Sacrament. This band has everything going for them on a few songs, such as ruin, as the palaces burn, and 11th hour, the rest of the album was kinda just OK.

Pluh
April 28th 2007



579 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Seriously? The guitar might have been lacking a little bit on this compared to Sacrament, but Randy's Vocals shined in this album compared to Sacrament... IMO. i thought it was amazing.

sixthwaytodie
May 8th 2007



35 Comments


well for me, the guitar and drums is what makes metal metal, if you know what i mean, and i just didn't feel it as much as their other albums. ill give it to you that it is amazing, in fact all lamb of god stuff is amazing, it just didn't do it for me like some of the other albums did.

goneshootin22
July 26th 2007



142 Comments


Great review as always. I have heard a few songs off of it and expect the others to be just as great. Ruin is the perfect song to head bang to.

LifeInABox
July 26th 2007



3708 Comments


Best LoG record to date.

Confessed2005
July 26th 2007



3314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Agreed. 11th Hour is amazing.

morjens
October 8th 2007



207 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

11th Hour and Ruin are awesome

Metalikane
November 1st 2007



851 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is their best. I dont care what anyone says. ^

fXpT
February 11th 2008



44 Comments


Ruin, 11th Hour, A Devil In God's Country are definitely best on this album.

skullcrusher149
February 11th 2008



560 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

For your malice, vigil and blood junkie are teh best songs.

combustion07
February 24th 2008



5340 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Vigil is my favorite.

Wizard
February 24th 2008



19240 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Sacrament makes this album look like childs play. Even though they have stripped down their sound, they have kept the good parts of these albums (thank god they got rid of the tin can snare drum) and added some more atmosphere into their music. It certainly makes it sound a lot more vicious than this.

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