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Lamb of God

Hailing from Richmond, VA, Lamb of God has been revitalizing pure American metal since 1994. After changing their namefrom Burn thePriest to Lambof God and settling on a final line-up in1999, New American Gospel was released upon theunsuspecting masses on MetalBlade Records.Theirdistinctive style set them apart from other American metal bands at thetime - based around a brutal groove metal riffingstyle, Lamb of God crushedskulls and smashes cunts, and not withoutdisplaying a definite affinity for thrash and death metal. 2003'sAsthe Palaces Burndove deeper intomusical prowesswith ...read more

Hailing from Richmond, VA, Lamb of God has been revitalizing pure American metal since 1994. After changing their namefrom Burn thePriest to Lambof God and settling on a final line-up in1999, New American Gospel was released upon theunsuspecting masses on MetalBlade Records.Theirdistinctive style set them apart from other American metal bands at thetime - based around a brutal groove metal riffingstyle, Lamb of God crushedskulls and smashes cunts, and not withoutdisplaying a definite affinity for thrash and death metal. 2003'sAsthe Palaces Burndove deeper intomusical prowesswith a developing technicality in riffs and solos, while the lyrics spoke of issues rangingfrom politics to heresy, religion tosubstanceabuse.Lamb of God broke ground in 2004 when they were signed to Epic records, one of the few extreme metal bands in recenttimes to receivemass mediaattention. With this new-found confidence that heavy metal was not yet dead, they thenreleasedAshes of the Wake, thepinnacle of their one-of-a-kind sound.Featuring technical guitar riffs, intense drumtechnique, and malicious vocals based upon internalstruggles and societal issues, Lamb ofGod was set to release theirmagnum opus to their largest audience yet.With extreme music finally getting its deserved attention, one year later they went on to release Killadelphia, a 70-minutelivePhiladelphiaconcert DVD featuring Lamb of God in their most insanely metal moments. They have now grown intoan unstoppable force; riffswith a punishing vibeand a steady rhythmic flair, drums worthy of professional dissection, ear-shredding guitar solos, and vocals and lyricswith a truly unique air. Theworldnow waits in awe for their2006albumSacrament,which will prove once and for all through its technicalfinesse and musical invention thatAmericarules heavy metal. « hide

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LPs
Lamb of God
2020

VII: Sturm und Drang
2015

3.6
571 Votes
Resolution
01/24/2012

3.4
1,038 Votes
Wrath
2009

3.4
1,584 Votes
Sacrament
2006

3.7
2,184 Votes
Ashes of the Wake
2004

3.9
2,556 Votes
As the Palaces Burn
2003

3.8
1,724 Votes
New American Gospel
2000

3.2
1,126 Votes
EPs
The Duke
2016

2.7
58 Votes
Pure American Metal
2004

3.4
36 Votes
Live Albums
Wrath Tour 2009-2010
2011

3.8
12 Votes
Walk with Me in Hell
2008

3.9
132 Votes
Killadelphia
2005

4.1
433 Votes
Terror and Hubris
2004

3.4
108 Votes
Compilations
Music from the Film "As the Palaces Burn"
2014

4.1
11 Votes
As the Palaces Burn (Remastered)
11/11/2013

4.4
47 Votes
Hourglass: Anthology Collection
2010

4.4
54 Votes

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