Lamb Of God will release their fifth studio album "Wrath", on February 24th, 2009. The record will be released in North America by Epic and will be the first release with their new label Roadrunner, outside of North America. "Wrath" is produced by Josh Wilbur and was recorded in studios in New York, Virginia, and New Hampshire.

Lamb Of God finished the touring cycle on the Grammy nominated album "Sacrament" at the end of 2007. The two-year trek was documented in the now certified Gold DVD "Walk with Me in Hell" and culminated with the band headlining arenas across the US last December.

The band has taken the entirety of 2008 off the road to focus on the writing process for "Wrath".

"This album is going to surprise a lot of people," comments drummer Chris Adler. "Typically bands that get to where we are in our career begin to slack off, smell the roses and regurgitate. We chose a different path. No one wants to hear another band member hyping a new record. "Wrath" needs no hype. We have topped ourselves and on February 24th you will feel it."

As always, Lamb Of God will embark on an extensive tour that will cover the globe. As previously announced, the band will be supporting Metallica on the December leg of their tour. The first leg of the "Wrath" world tour will start in Finland on February 6th and will encompass dates in the UK, Australia, and Japan.

Current confirmed dates are:

02/06/09 Frostbite Festival - Finland
02/08/09 Belfast - Mandela Hall
02/09/09 Dublin - Academy
02/11/09 Bristol - Academy
02/12/09 Birmingham - Academy
02/13/09 Manchester - Academy
02/14/09 London - Brixton Academy
02/15/09 Glasgow - Academy
02/21/09 Brisbane - RNA Showgrounds
02/22/09 Sidney - TBC
02/27/09 Melbourne - Ras Showgrounds
02/28/09 Adelaide - Bonython Park
03/02/09 Perth - Bassendean Oval
03/04/09 Tokyo - Blitz
03/05/09 Tokyo - Blitz
03/06/09 Nagoya - Diamond Hall
03/07/09 Osaka - Hatch


Source: lamb-of-god.com
Band profile: Lamb Of God
 
Posted: 05.11.2008 by Plaguebearer



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ArcesseEum - 05.11.2008 at 17:32  
It will sound like everything else. They claimed Sacrament was "experimental" and I really dont hear it at all.
Marfere - 05.11.2008 at 19:11  
I smell some good shit here
amarchand - 05.11.2008 at 22:09  
@ feanor88-exactly. anyone else here ever notice how every single lamb of god song, all 50-something of them, are in the same key? pretty fucking monotonous if you ask me..
>Odysseus - 05.11.2008 at 22:20  
I think it will be like the other albums ( a couple of good songs & a couple of band ones) ,, but the thing about Lamb Of God is : their good songs are REALLY REALLY good .. things like (Laid to rest , Walk with me in hell , Redneck ,, and others) .. i mean these are legendary songs and i almost lestin to them every day ...

Halis to Lamb Of God .... and can't wait for the new album
Dark Blood - 06.11.2008 at 00:11  
Meh... I'm sure it will sound exactly like other albums.. Good but boring and repetitive.
brapp32 - 06.11.2008 at 00:46  
It's gonna be the best album ever made!!
thefadedline - 06.11.2008 at 00:47  
Erections.
For_your_malice - 06.11.2008 at 00:49  
AWWWWWWWW though mate...this is gonna be just as sick as the rest of them
Black Conundrum - 06.11.2008 at 01:28  
I will not put a comment on this page as a response to this news bulletin.
StephenTheBoss - 06.11.2008 at 02:33  
Hmmm I like Chris Adler, he's a wise man
Should be a highlight in metal.....
Elfeazo - 06.11.2008 at 03:27  
Who cares if it sound as the other past albums... ITS FUCKING LAMB OF GOD! HEIL TRUE METAL!
Barbaydos - 06.11.2008 at 03:30  
The next album will probably another mainstream album like sacramant was. i would prefer if they went back to palaces or one of the earlier albums but im sure that it will be good anyhow
Sellathurai - 06.11.2008 at 09:41  
It'll be a different feel, all their albums have a different feel, but you always know it's Lamb of God
Talvi - 06.11.2008 at 16:54  
Lol so many fanboys
face - 06.11.2008 at 17:41  
LOG never upsets.
Sheol - 06.11.2008 at 19:42  
Chris Adler himself said this album is the heaviest since Palaces. So this will be some good shit!
Introspekrieg - 06.11.2008 at 19:51  
Man, I did not like Sacrament at all. That first music video they had out was pretty funny but I miss the intensity they had on AtPB going into AotW. They claim to raise the bar but I feel they are just getting lazier...
RockeRoy - 06.11.2008 at 21:01  
Can't wait
Slade - 07.11.2008 at 23:51  
Written by Talvi on 06.11.2008 at 16:54

Lol so many fanboys


Yeah, looking forward to a new album by an extremely talented band IS considered fanboy these days, fuck guys, get with it.

Or piss off. LoG will fuck everyone up with this album, just like they did with the past 4 (5). Plus they're apparently going back to BTP/Gospel style. Hell yeah, no more thrashy redneck bull.
Mull666 - 08.11.2008 at 07:17  
Its spelt sydney but...very exciting news despite spelling
Abattoir - 09.11.2008 at 18:26  
Good news...I like the last two albums, so I'm looking forward to this one too.
Butters49 - 14.11.2008 at 02:05  
Sacrament i found amazing because it was totally original and different than anything else they've done.

Im excited for this new album and i bet it will kick some ass.
Chriss26 - 26.12.2008 at 11:37  
Hell yeahh !! Lamb of god are the shit !
cant wait till February .. Ive heard Contractor and Dead Seeds , and all i can say iss WOW !
Cheers mates !
Lamb of god for life !
Shaddy - 12.02.2009 at 18:31  
I listened to it (it leaked some time ago) and as a long-time LoG fan i'd say it really isn't bad at all. Personally i prefer tracks that eviscerate you (talking about Bloodletting here hehe) OR that take your imagination and soar with it over the soundscape they're trying to create, but any fissions of any kind are just not my type. Of the whole album i would ABSOLUTELY say that Reclamation is one of their best tracks ever, and easily the most epic one. Only other one i really liked was Broken Hands (with the exception of Set to Fail's opening ). On the lyrics i'd say i was never into the themes Randy likes to explore, but i have to say he's absolutely a master at laying them down - they're really well written and memorable.
All in all i think Lamb of God are still Lamb of God, even a bigger, better Lamb of God, they're really evolving musically, it's just that they're becoming a different Lamb of God from the one that first kicked my ass all that time ago.. Despite that, Wrath earns my respect and i'd recommend it to any metal fan out there. And LoG fans will probably enjoy it greatly.

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