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Lamb of God
|"Take me back down to where I belong to rust in rivers." These lyrics are from what song?||Lamb of God
In Defense of our Good Name. This song is off their album "As the Palaces Burn." Devin Townsend, the producer of the album "As the Palaces Burn," plays guitar in this song.
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|"I'll make all your dreams come to life, then slay them as quickly as they came." These are lyrics from what song?||Lamb of God
Laid To Rest. This song is from their album "Ashes of the Wake." It is also a song from the popular video game "Guitar Hero II."
|"Know that you have made an enemy to show you the meaning of indignity." These are lyrics from what song?||Lamb of God
Purified. This song is from their album "As The Palaces Burn." Former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland is the lead guitarist in this song.
|"A dream unrealized of solitude that I should descend into autonomy and know the pain of fellowship no more." These are lyrics from what song?||Lamb of God
Black Label. This song can be found on their album "New American Gospel." This song is also featured in the video game "Tony Hawk's Underground 2."
|"Words can be broken, so can bones. Execute the mandate." These are lyrics from what Lamb of God song? ||Lamb of God
Omerta. This song is off the Lamb of God album "Ashes of the Wake." This song is based off the mafia code "Omerta."
|What was the third album Lamb of God released?||Lamb of God
As the Palaces Burn. "As the Palaces Burn" is Lamb of God's third album, following "Burn the Priest" and "New American Gospel". "As the Palaces Burn" was followed by "Ashes of the Wake" and "Sacrament".
|Lamb of God was nominated for a Grammy award for what song?||Lamb of God
Redneck. Lamb of God was nominated for Best Metal Performance for their song "Redneck" at the 49th Grammy Awards. However, the award went to Slayer for their song "Eyes of the Insane."
|Who is the lead vocalist of the band Lamb of God?||Lamb of God
Randy Blythe. Randy Blythe is the lead vocalist of Lamb of God. John Campbell is the bassist. Chris Alder is the drummer. Mark Morton is one of Lamb of God's guitarists. (Willie Alder is the other guitarist)
|What was the former name of the band Lamb of God?||Lamb of God
Burn the Priest. The band Burn the Priest formed in 1990 in Richmond, Virginia. They released one album called "Burn the Priest." A few years later, they re-named themselves Lamb of God. "Kill 'Em All" is an album from the band Metallica.
Broken Hands. In 2008, Lamb of God released the DVD "Walk with Me in Hell," which contains a video of its "Sacrament" world tour. "Broken Hands" comes off of "Wrath" (2009).
Fake Messiah. The band released "Ashes of the Wake" in August 2004, which debuted at number 27 on the Billboard 200 in the United States. It sold over 35,000 copies in its first week. "Fake Messiah" is found on the 2009 release "Wrath".
Pathetic. In 1998, the band signed to Prosthetic Records. The band members were barred from playing at certain venues when they had the name Burn the Priest, because some venue managers believed it was an evil name. "Pathetic" comes off the 2006 CD "Sacrament".
Hourglass. Lamb of God toured on Slayer's The Unholy Alliance Tour in 2006. The band members have also played at many other major festivals around the world, including Download Festival and Gigantour.
Terror & Hubris In the House of Frank Pollard. Lamb of God was formed as Burn the Priest in 1994 and hails from Richmond, Virginia. The band changed its name to Lamb of God after the release of its self titled 1998 release. The band is a part of a sub-genre of metal called The New Wave of American Metal. The band's members are vocalist Randy Blythe, guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler, bassist John Campbell, and drummer Chris Adler. The song "Terror & Hubris In the House of Frank Pollard" comes from the 2000 release "New American Gospel".
|Which track contains the following lines:
"And in this Commonwealth
There's merely a common concern for self"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Foot to the Throat. "Foot to the Throat" appears on "Sacrament" and its lyrics deal with the theme of human selfishness. The song's opening line, "Virginia death threat", references Lamb of God's home state.
|Which Lamb of God song begins with the following lines:
"Watch the broken common man
Drown his sorrows at unhappy hour
Dirty and sweaty
With just enough to get by"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Boot Scraper. The lyrics to "Boot Scraper" describe the hardships of the common working man. In this song, singer Randy Blythe refers to money as the "excrement of labor".
|Which song contains the following lines:
"Kill my hopeless life
I cannot be hypnotized"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Terror and Hubris in the House of Frank Pollard. In addition to being an excellent song, this track has one of the longest titles in Lamb of God history. The track appears on the album "New American Gospel".
|Which of Lamb of God's tracks contain the following lines:
"Forgiving the father
Read the story on my skin"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Grace. "Grace" is notable as a Lamb of God song because it begins with a guitar solo. It also follows a pattern of religious-themed song titles, as set by other tracks such as "Vigil" and "A Devil in God's Country".
|Which Lamb of God song contains the monumental line:
"Silence, the only promise ever kept"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
The Faded Line. "The Faded Line" is one of the hit singles from "Ashes of the Wake". "The Faded Line" is one of Lamb of God's slower songs, and like many of their tracks, is typically played with guitars in drop-D tuning.
|Which track contains the following lyrics:
"We seek only reprieve
And welcome the darkness
The myth of a meaning, so lost and forgotten"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Walk With Me in Hell. "Walk With Me in Hell" is the opening track on "Sacrament". "Revolver" magazine" deemed "Sacrament" the album of the year, and it was also nominated for a Grammy Award.
|Which of Lamb of God's newer tracks contains the following lyrics:
"I can feel your fear and weakness
I see my own in the mirrors of your eyes"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Broken Hands. "Broken Hands" is a Lamb of God track appearing on "Wrath". The lyrics in this track deal with the theme of being haunted by one's past.
|Which Lamb of God track opens with the following lines:
"I have denied this life its worth
I will not be the victim"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Vigil. Although the lyrics of this song have religious overtones, it has been stated in the past that they are in fact political in nature. This track appears on "As the Palaces Burn", and a live version also appears on "Killadelphia", which was recorded in 2004, but not released until over a year later in 2005.
|Which song begins with the following line:
"The sore on the edge of your mouth it mirrors the ones on your arm of black tar
You've known the ripping"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Pariah. This song was written about a particularly unpleasant individual, and many of the lyrics talk about him throwing his life away. This track appears on "New American Gospel", which was released in 2000 and marked Lamb of God's first full-length release under their current band name.
|In which song would you find the following lines:
"All of this comes crashing down
No end in sight"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Blood of the Scribe. The title of this song refers to writing with blood rather than ink. This track appears on 2004's "Ashes of the Wake", which was release only about fifteen months after its predecessor, "As the Palaces Burn".
|Which song contains the following lyrics:
"Just one time you got a reason
But you had nothing to lose
A blind preacher for the pin-eyed congregation
It must be easy to loathe"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Redneck. This track was one of the hit singles from "Sacrament". One of the main lyrical theme in this song is preaching lies to the people.
|In which song would you hear the following:
"I am the corpse of decency crucified
On a post of greed and moral decay
I am man"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
The Black Dahlia. In this song, Randy claims that he is the "ones and the zeroes that control commerce...". This title of this song refers to the famous unsolved murder of a woman by the name of Elizabeth Short.
|In which song would you hear the following:
"A shallow little jackal of a man posing as a hawk
Conniving opportunist"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Blood Junkie. "Blood Junkie" is one of Lamb of God's more experimental tracks, featuring spoken lyrics through much of the song. It appears on Lamb of God's second album under their current band name titled "As the Palaces Burn". The band did release another album when they were known as Burn the Priest.
|Which song contains the following lines:
"When everything become irrelevant
When the sky tears open
Fire rains down, fire rains down"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Reclamation. "Reclamation" is the final track on "Wrath", ending the album with an apocalyptic tone. In the song, you can hear the sound of the waves from Virginia Beach, where the track was recorded.
|From which song would you find these lyrics:
"If there was a single day I could live
A single breath I could take
I'd trade all the others away"?||Lamb of God Lyrics
Laid to Rest. The opening track on "Ashes of the Wake". This is one of Lamb of God's fastest songs. The band recorded a music video for this track as well.