Lamb Of God Wrath
glengraf88
Mar 2 2009, 02:11 AM
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I just picked up the cd. It is some good stuff just wondering if anyone else picked it up and what there thoughts where.

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Mar 2 2009, 02:12 AM
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I heard some of the songs on it and was kinda disapointed...

also you might want to edit your word in here

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Mar 2 2009, 03:27 AM
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I love it. Classic lamb of god, no bad tracks. maybe album of the year. unless the new megadeth realeases in '09...

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Mar 2 2009, 03:44 AM
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It's great but not the traditional Lamb of God

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Mar 2 2009, 04:29 AM
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It is defintly diffrent from what you would expect but i enjoy it.

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Mar 2 2009, 06:59 AM
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yeah, I heard some song on the net, and really liked this new work from them.
Randy Blythe is one of my fav singers!

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Good album, but not as strong as Sacrament I don't think.

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Good album, but not as strong as Sacrament I don't think.


These were my thoughts.

With a few short exceptions I felt it was more of the same. Which is fine.

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One of my students just gave me the CD to check out. I'll put it in later today and will check it out!
Thanks for reminding me! :-)

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Just waiting for my copy to arrive! Should be here today sometime!!!
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I'm listening to it right now there seems to be some pretty good tracks on here. I can see what they meant when they were talking about using more of a raw sound. Although there's still a lot of classic lamb of god on here. However i don't think this album beats Ashes of the Wake. In my opinion that has been there best album yet.

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OK, got my copy and listened to it.
To me it was a tight, well produced Album and very typical of their style. I enjoyed it!!!
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Finally got a chance to listen to it in my car yesterday (that's the only place I can really spend time listening to stuff...).
I thought it was a little different than the previous ones, not as in your face..
But I'm sure it will grow on me.
I thought the production was great!

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I really like the addition of acoustic guitars in a couple songs. This album is a little more thought out than the others (but it's still hardcore LoG).

Really good album, I'd say one of my favorites of 2009. Probably will be fav until they set another one loose.

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it definatly grows on you.. at first i was like.. accoustic intro.... melodic moments.... very repetative... this isn't my log.... but after a while i was like.. once i figured out where the songs are going and i found out the lyrics i really got into the album and now its gotta be one of my favorite recent albums.. 2 minutes into contractor is just like AKJHDSBKJASBDKAHSD.. its my only responce to how amazing it is!

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Best album in a very long time!

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It started out prmising, almost like a Metallica Black Album, unfortunately it all went a bit heavy for me after that!! I must be getting old...........

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I loved it smile.gif

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