Now, following their Grammy-nominated self-titled Album of 2020, the mighty Goliath returns with a wicked new testament. With an insatiable drive, a concentrated collective camaraderie, and a creative renaissance hailed by Rolling Stone and NME, Lamb Of God reunited with longtime producer Josh Wilbur (Megadeth, Korn, Avenged Sevenfold) to carve the gloriously unhinged omens into sonic stone.
Although D. Randall Blythe (vocals), Mark Morton (lead guitar), Willie Adler (guitar), John Campbell (bass), and Art Cruz (drums) enjoy each other's company and chemistry like never before, Omens may be the angriest Lamb Of God Album yet. Dense and muscular, imbued with unnerving malevolence, with a pessimistic view on both inner struggles and global affairs, Omens is an angry entry in the catalog.
Most of the Album was recorded live in the studio, including Blythe's vibrant, unhinged vocal assault. Morton and Adler's riffs threaten, challenge, and devastate. Cruz and Campbell's unstoppable rhythms jerk and wave. After shining on Lamb Of God in 2020, Cruz brings even more nuance and personality to his playing across the songs of Omens.