"As the palaces burn" CD by Lamb Of God

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Just like it was the case with Soilwork, the cooperation with the Canadian all-around genius Devin Townsend as producer of „As the Palaces Burn“, third Lamb Of God album, brought a quantum leap in terms of quality. More groove, more depth, more air play.


Item no. 421059
Musical Genre Metalcore
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Lamb Of God
Product type CD
Release date 3/22/04
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
  • 2.
    As The Palaces Burn
  • 3.
  • 4.
    11th Hour
  • 5.
    For Your Malice
  • 6.
    Booty Scraper
  • 7.
    A Devil In God's Country
  • 8.
    In Defense Of Our Good Name
  • 9.
    Blood Junkie
  • 10.

by Antonia Sawade (03/10) "Sounds like a light version of Slayer" was what I initially thought after ì listening to the second Lamb Of God album. But is there a single sentence to ì summarize this album? The professor, Devin Townsend still forces this rough ì HateMetalCore bastard into a dry corset that leaves no space for ups and downs. Is that a problem? I don't think so. Always straight into the face is ì what songs, like "Purified" do. You are almost frightened by the more ì distinctive melodies in "11th hour" or in "Blood Junkie". And characteristically ì or not, the best song, "Vigil" is placed at the end of the album. But what ì exactly do Lamb Of God want to tell us? At least we should admit envylessly that the ì Americans exactly know how to write this type of songs. There ain't no lack of ideas, ì the production is dry but fat. Maybe I just expected too much after the highly ì acclaimed debut, "New American Gospel". Maybe I expected an answer to the omnipresent and strong Scandinavians in the genre. Whatever: probably not a winner, but at least a draw, so: thumbs up! ì (Antonia Sawade - 03/10)