Lamb Of God have set January 24th, 2012 as the release date for Resolution, the follow up to their Grammy nominated album, Wrath.

Resolution, produced by Josh Wilbur, will feature 14 songs and will come in a deluxe softpak with artwork by longtime art director Ken Adams. The album was recorded in various studios in Virginia and New York.

Pre-orders for the new album begin today at this location and will feature multiple premium bundles. On November 15th, the band will announce the first leg of what will be a 2-year world tour.



Resolution tracklist:

01. Straight For The Sun
02. Desolation
03. Ghost Walking
04. Guilty
05. The Undertow
06. The Number Six
07. Barbarosa
08. Invictus
09. Cheated
10. Insurrection
11. Terminally Unique
12. To The End
13. Visitation
14. King Me


Source: bravewords.com
Band profile: Lamb Of God
 
Posted: 31.10.2011 by CHEF METAL HEAD



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flamesoficarus - 31.10.2011 at 23:53  
Interesting artwork, has some political undertones to it
JD - 31.10.2011 at 23:56  
Interesting artwork?

I can do better than this, and I only took three lessons in Photoshop.
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 00:21  
He said interesting JD, not beautiful.
Edmund Fogg - 01.11.2011 at 00:42  
I'll admit, I'm not used to the balck and grey with Lamb Of God. Still, I hope they'll bring more variety to their sound this time around.
errorcode99 - 01.11.2011 at 00:53  
The soil in this cover looks like the dirt in linkin park's vid of in the end
brapp32 - 01.11.2011 at 02:00  
Meh cover hope the album is good.
I_Die_Often - 01.11.2011 at 02:30  
2 year world tour?!
Hope they can hit Minneapolis once during that time...
Ritual_Suicide - 01.11.2011 at 02:35  
Acrassicauda have a new album!! Fu-!?

...Nevermind.
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 02:35  
I didn't know Wrath was Grammy-nominated. I thought it was a pretty good album...but not that good.
Ritual_Suicide - 01.11.2011 at 02:36  
Are LoG's covers getting lazier, or is it just me.
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 02:44  
Written by Ritual_Suicide on 01.11.2011 at 02:36
Are LoG's covers getting lazier, or is it just me.

You're getting lazier.
Timmeh - 01.11.2011 at 02:55  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.11.2011 at 02:35

I didn't know Wrath was Grammy-nominated. I thought it was a pretty good album...but not that good.

Not only that, it was Grammy-nominated 2 years in a row. I think its pretty silly that an album can be released the prior year and get nominated for the current year.
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 02:56  
Written by Timmeh on 01.11.2011 at 02:55
Not only that, it was Grammy-nominated 2 years in a row. I think its pretty silly that an album can be released the prior year and get nominated for the current year.

Obviously people thought it was that good.
jimmy - 01.11.2011 at 05:16  
Eh, that cover sucks ass. it's the epitome of lazy.
Cynic Metalhead - 01.11.2011 at 07:58  
Written by JD on 31.10.2011 at 23:56

Interesting artwork?

I can do better than this, and I only took three lessons in Photoshop.


Oh please! JD you're too overrated!!! Get off!
Cynic Metalhead - 01.11.2011 at 08:04  
Written by flamesoficarus on 31.10.2011 at 23:53

Interesting artwork, has some political undertones to it


Indeed an artwork is very interesting but its more of a nature wrecker than a political undertone patches. Definitely I am looking forward for their new stuff and lets see what this time they innovate from their last hit Wrath.
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 08:11  
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 01.11.2011 at 08:04
...its more of a nature wrecker than a political undertone patches.

It's called Resolutions, the artwork depicts a desolate wasteland with a fiery explosion in the distance. Seems pretty political to me, especially when you take the band's history into consideration and the song titles...
BudDa - 01.11.2011 at 08:41  
Should we be reading alot into this. Or its just plain 'O fire-in-the-desert?
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 08:48  
Written by BudDa on 01.11.2011 at 08:41
Should we be reading alot into this.

I remember reading an interview where the band members talked about the AotW cover.

Based on that, I'd read into this more than a plane crash. Although Wrath's cover wasn't too ambiguous...
BudDa - 01.11.2011 at 08:51  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.11.2011 at 08:48

Although Wrath's cover wasn't too ambiguous...

Yeah, it was.
Do you have a link where the members where talking about this album art?
Troy Killjoy - 01.11.2011 at 08:55  
Written by BudDa on 01.11.2011 at 08:51
Do you have a link where the members where talking about this album art?

I can't find a link but I'm pretty sure when they talked about the cover the artist (k3n or whatever) was actually answering on behalf of what he had in mind based on their vision and concept.

It was a pretty ridiculously established explanation about political stance and governments and the populace and the birds being metaphors and the shotgun shells or whatever and the rats. Basically the entire thing was symbolic.
BudDa - 01.11.2011 at 08:58  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.11.2011 at 08:55

I can't find a link but I'm pretty sure when they talked about the cover the artist (k3n or whatever) was actually answering on behalf of what he had in mind based on their vision and concept.

It was a pretty ridiculously established explanation about political stance and governments and the populace and the birds being metaphors and the shotgun shells or whatever and the rats. Basically the entire thing was symbolic.


You had and lost me at concept...
JD - 01.11.2011 at 11:43  
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 01.11.2011 at 07:58

Written by JD on 31.10.2011 at 23:56

Interesting artwork?

I can do better than this, and I only took three lessons in Photoshop.


Oh please! JD you're too overrated!!! Get off!

o_O

Fanboy.
John Shock - 01.11.2011 at 14:56  
I like the cover...but it's a bit "brighter" ...i'm gonna edit this to have less bright and more quality...
flamesoficarus - 01.11.2011 at 19:55  
Written by JD on 31.10.2011 at 23:56

Interesting artwork?

I can do better than this, and I only took three lessons in Photoshop.


Interesting in that it makes you start thinking about the themes and lyrical content of the songs.
E.g. the cracked ground is representative of drought.

Or mabe the artwork is just meant to be a statement in itself ?
Death - 01.11.2011 at 20:39  
Poorly designed artwork, could and should have been better. Most probably related with the Invasion of Iraq.

Randy Blythe says Resolution has similarities with As The Palaces Burn and Ashes of The Wake, both of which are my top favorite LoG albums.

One other thing that I find disturbing is the track titles. I kind of like songs with longer names than songs with single-word-titles. Some examples: Walk With Me In Hell, Blacken The Cursed Sun, Now You've Got Something To Die For, Remorse Is For The Dead, In Defense Of Our Good Name, The Subtle Art Of Murder And Persuasion... Real cool track titles.

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