Tag: Sacrament

Bootleg: Lamb Of God in San Antonio Texas!

Including new cuts “Omens” and “Greyscale” here’s a partial set from Lamb Of God at the Freeman Coliseum is San Antonio Texas on 18th October that puts them in a rich vein of form as they put on a fine display of American Groove Metal mastery. That of course bodes well for their upcoming rescheduled

NEWS: Lamb Of God present “Nevermore” live video!

Taking the studio version of a cut and putting it on top of live montage has long been the curse that is the “live video” as the title suggests it’s an energetic live performance with great sounding audio and yet while the band jump around, if the camera angel is wrong you can see the

NEWS: Lamb Of God share “Ditch” video!

As they usher in the age in “Omens“, their ninth studio album, Richmond Virginia Groove Metal titans Lamb Of God have premiered a music video for “Ditch” cut from it. Curiously the band have also begun streaming a documentary about the making of the album that features some in studio performances as a ticketed affair

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

Under The Influence #72: Chapfallen on “Sacrament” by Lamb of God!

By the time 2006’s fifth studio record “Sacrament” arrived from Lamb Of God, the Richmond Virginia quintet were on the crest of a wave. Their growing reputation had been cemented by their highly critically acclaimed first major label release “Ashes of the Wake“, which to this day has their best sales figures, going gold in