Lamb of God - Wrath
NME.COM feature on Lamb of God - Wrath album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 18 February 2009
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- Feb 23, 2009
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- The Passing
- In Your Words
- Set To Fail
- Contractor (Explicit Album Version)
- Fake Messiah
- Broken Hands
- Dead Seeds
- Everything To Nothing
- Choke Sermon
- Now You've Got Something To Die For (European Festivals - Live from The Download Festival)
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Lamb of God - Wrath: Wikipedia Album Entry
Wrath is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Lamb of God. It was released on February 23, 2009. It achieved #2 on Billboard 200, with sales exceeding 68,000 in its first week. As of September it has sold around 230,000 copies.
In August, 2008, it was announced that the band had commenced work on the follow-up to Sacrament, and that it was expected to be released on February 24, 2009. Josh Wilbur was confirmed as the producer for the album. Wilbur takes the place of the band's previous producer, Machine, who worked with them on Ashes of the Wake and Sacrament.
The recording process of Wrath was made available for online viewing through the band's website, with two webcams installed in the studio (specifically in the drum room and mixing room).
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