Tag: Lamb of God

Exclusive Interview: Catalysis talk “Relicta”!

It’s often said that idle hands are the Devil’s workshop and so while others but their musical endeavours on hold until they can play shows to packed venues once again, Dundee Scotland Groove Metallers Catalysis have instead gone against the grain, defied the naysayers and dropped an EP in “Relicta” less than a year after

NEWS: Shadow Of Intent “Laid To Rest”!

After Enterprise Earth dropped something of a surprise cover of “Now You’ve Got Something to Die For” by American Groove Metal Kings Lamb Of God last year, Symphonic Deathcore collective Shadow Of Intent have followed suit and unveiled a cover of “Laid To Rest“. Both cuts originally appear on Lamb Of God’s 2004 album “Ashes of

Bootleg: Lamb Of God in Texas!

Also from the show at The Pavillion at The Toyota Music Factory in Irving Texas, here are “Redneck” and “Momento Mori” from Richmond Virginia Groove Metallers Lamb Of God. The show comes as the band celebrate the 15th Anniversary of 2006’s fourth studio album “Sacrament“, produced by Machine (Clutch, Crossfaith, Bloodsimple) which spawned that Grammy

Documentary: The Making of “Redneck” from Lamb of God!

Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the release of 2006’s “Sacrament” in understated fashion, Lamb Of God have delived into the archives and pulled a rabbit from the magic hat in the form of a making of featurette for the “Redneck” music video. The album saw the band move closer towards the Groove Metal of Pantera

Bootleg: “People Of The Lie” from Kreator!

As the countdown to what could be the only major Metal Festival in the UK in 2021 continues, Bloodstock Open Air Festival have shared pro-shot footage of “People Of The Lie” cut from the set of German Metal Gods Kreator. The track was originally recorded for their 1990 album “Coma of Souls” and they’re set

Review: “The Purity of Grief” by No Light Escapes

Bands have been known to change their name for a whole host of reasons but when Technical Damage became No Light Escapes in 2020 citing the transformation of their sound and mission for the future, it certainly raised an eyebrow. As a collective, the band started out in 2016 in Vancouver, British Columbia with debut

Bootleg: “I and I” from Lamb Of God!

Paying tribute with the Bad Brains classic, Randy Blythe is joined someone with a mutual love for the legendary Punks in Jason Butler (Fever 333, Pressure Cracks, Letlive) as the two take on HR’s vocal parts while Lamb of God tear up “I Against I”. The song itself was recorded by Lamb Of God under their

Bootleg: “Resurrection Man” from Lamb Of God!

Now that the super deluxe extended version of their self titled record has finally appeared, Richmond Virginia Groove Metal titans Lamb Of God have continued to serve up cuts from the live DVD which accompanies it. So here’s “Resurrection Man” from the home town throwdown of a show that you can witness if you get

Review: “Mount of the Congregation” by Karma Violens

The highly anticipated fourth studio album and follow up to 2018’s “Serpent God” from Greek Extreme Metal horde Karma Violens has has been primed as the bands most straightforward release to date and recorded and mixed “Mount of the Congregation” at the Symbolic Studios which owned by their guitarist Costas Papadopoulos and mastered at Hertz

Bootleg: “Routes” from Lamb Of God!

Just when you thought that the end of the Quarantine Sessions from your favorite bands had come to an end, Richmond Virginia Groove Metal legends Lamb Of God drop “Routes” with Testament vocalist Chuck Billy reprising his role from the album version of the track. As if you could have possibly forgotten, the band have