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Lamb Of God - Resolution

7.6 | 450 votes |
Release date: 24 January 2012
Style: Groove thrash metal


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Disc I
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

Disc II [Wrath - Tour 2009-2010] [Limited pre-order bonus]
01. The Passing
02. In Your Words
03. Set To Fail
04. Walk With Me In Hell
05. Hourglass
06. Now You've Got Something To Die For
07. Ruin
08. As The Palaces Burn
09. Blacken The Cursed Sun
10. Laid To Rest
11. Redneck
12. Black Label
13. Digital Sands [iTunes bonus]
14. Vigil [live] [iTunes bonus]
15. Bury Me Under The Sun [Japanese edition bonus]

Staff review by
Troy Killjoy
Remember when Lamb Of God were busy pioneering never-before-heard-of, genre-bending, boundary-pushing, avant-garde experimental transcendental music? Neither does anyone else. Resolution won't change the way you listen to the band's music either. Unless you continue to listen with the speakers off.

published 18.04.2012 | Comments (107)

Guest review by
Ace Frawley
Resolution is the seventh studio album by American band Lamb Of God. It contains 14 tracks and has a running time of around 56-minutes. It sees the band consolidate their position as one of the most popular American metal bands of the last decade. Their familiar sound is still there on this album but it also contains some unexpected moments that show their willingness to experiment and evolve.

published 30.12.2012 | Comments (7)

Guest review by
After the somewhat experimental, uneven Sacrament and phoned-in blandness of Wrath, Lamb of God return with a vengeance on Resolution. Listening to this is like erasing the past 8 years and picking up right where the excellent Ashes Of The Wake left off.

From the first dirty, southern guitar chords to Randy's shriek, I am back in high school again. The production is crystal clear, but not washed out. "Walk With Me In Hell," though a great song, sounded like it was recorded in a tin can, and Wrath in general was so compressed it felt like a SNES soundtrack. This is a return to the riff machine that made these guys top dogs to begin with. The guitar-work is fast, tight, and just plain fun. If you were one of the people who went racing for tabs after hearing "Laid To Rest" the first time, this is the album for you. There are too many moments to name, but the intro transition on "Ghost Walking," and the relentless "Terminally Unique" stick out in my mind at the moment.

published 04.11.2014 | Comments (8)

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09.10.2013 - 00:12
Rating: 7
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The songs are good, but it really lacks variation. Simply, it's okay, far from their best but still solid and very listenable.
17.02.2014 - 12:51
Rating: 8

I was a little bit let down by the album...but has some good songs like the first two and "the number six"...
15.06.2014 - 05:18

I like this one, still kind of wrapping my head around it. I feel like they mixed things up quite a but with this one, some of the songs are groovy, whereas others have lots of quick Changes.
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22.10.2014 - 22:18
Rating: 8
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Best since Ashes.
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04.11.2014 - 21:20
Rating: 5
Giant robot
Yeah okay I just got to listen to this. First of all, it's too long. Who the hell wants recycled Lamb Of God for more than the usual amount of time, actually almost the double? And second of all, I'm too tired to explain myself further, which is a sign in itself. Disappointed for the third time.
24.03.2019 - 19:37
Rating: 9

I don't get the low ratings this album is great.

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