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Wrath (Expanded)

Wrath (Expanded)

18 Feb 2009
4.7 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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I've been listening to this kind of music and to almost all of its subgenres for as long as I can remember. My favourite bands are Pantera, Machine Head, Metallica, Mastodon, In Flames, Sepultura, The Haunted, Nevermore and of course Lamb Of God. Lamb of God are currently I think on the peak of their career. After creating astonishing albums like As The Palaces Burn and Ashes Of The Wake they were due to create their best album ever sometime. And Wrath certainly is that album - maybe even the best metal album along with a really few others. In Wrath LOG demonstrate an outstanding creativity with their playing being flawless. Their best riffs are in this album and certainly it is a GIANT step forward. I liked Sacrament, but apart from a few tracks the predecessor of Wrath draws its power mostly from the gloomy atmosphere that is evident on the entire ambum, rather than by some truly genuine ideas and riffs. It is a great album, but nevertheless it could have been produced by a number of other bands as well. With Wrath LOG really take their music to next level: 11 tracks that are equally impressive (okay maybe Set To Fail is a bit weak compared to the others) and all in all, an album that will remain unsurpassed. I've never listened to an album before that would make such a positive impression on me from the first rehearsal. This album is Set To Rule..
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First things first, for those of you out there that believe Lamb of God went "mainstream" or have "sold out" for any album after 'As the Palace Burns' this album is not for you. This is the sound of a maturing band that have managed to develop there sound into a groove-laden, technical-riffing, saw-throated metal behemoth, taking the best parts of all there previous albums (including the Burn the Priest album) and compiling them into this modern masterpiece. I'm going to be honest in saying that I am probably quite biased in the praise of this album being a huge fan of Lamb of God and also a musician who respects them for their individual skills and songwriting but this truly is an album in which old fans and those of you who have never experienced LOG should delve into. First track 'The Passing' will shock a lot of you. It shocked me certainly. It's not at all what you would expect to hear on a Lamb of God release, it is, however, beautifully written and the perfect build up to launch the listener straight into the crushing 'In Your Words' which has my favourite intro of any LOG song yet. All the songs hold their ground very well but I'm sure everyone will be able to find their highlights. For me 'Grace' has a refreshing use of melody while retaining the heavy-as-hell sensibilities that Lamb of God are loved for. For those of you that simply could not 'get-into' Sacrament (like myself, not for lacking of trying) this album should allow you to restore an immediate appeal. On that note for those of you who fell in love because of Sacrament should fall in love all over again. Basically what I'm trying to say can be summed up very simply - this is a great album. Most of you should enjoy it. Those of you who are not sure should still try it. And those mentioned before for accusing LOG of 'selling out' - unlucky because you're missing out on a genuinely superb collection of material. Buy now!
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Ok first thing first...this is a different sounding Lamb of God than the old skool fans would recognise, especially pre Sacrament release. Is this good, is this bad? Its totally down to personal taste, I for one love all the bands work and believe this new "maturity" makes them a better outfit and more valid in todays ever evolving age of Metal.

Wrath opens like any muscial masterpiece, with something so unexpected and outrageous that you may actually think you put in the wrong CD. "The Passing" gently guides the listener into an album that is sure to leave a lasting impression. From hereonin the rest of the album is as heavy, brutal, and hardcore as we now come to expect from LOG, something which has made them the torch-bearers of metal. Absolutely insane guitar work, masterful riffs and change-overs that we again; come to expect from Mark and Willy, those guys are legends. But for me Chris on the drums steals the show, how that guy can walk after a set i do not know! Its something you have to listen to to really appreciate.

Its true, this album is "cleaner" in a production sense, it sounds like a band who have been around and finally settled on a studio / recording sound they are all comfortable with. The sound quality is amazing and definatly has a "live sound" effect to it. Randys voice is much more audible and everyone will be able to understand what he says (lets be honest, every metal hater always comes to "I cant even understand what they are saying" - not a problem here). His scream and guttural cries will still have you in throat bleeding awe though. If there is a better microphone rapest out there, i have yet to hear him/her.

Stand out tracks are "Set to Fail" "Contractor" "Grace" and "Everything to Nothing".
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Right now Lamb of God or L.O.G as us metal afficiandaos call'em are at the top of their game.

This is a kicking album that shows a fine evolution of their sound. Some wicked riffing. You can hear the speed metal and hardcore punk influences amid the anger onslaught. The singer has the range of a pissed off Nick Cave, with lyrics to match. Chris Adler's drumming is the best yet imho. Only downside is there are no guest solos from Chris Poland.

The tragedy for these guys is that they are succeeding at a time of internet downloads and even more rubbish pop music. They are a beacon of refined energy in a sea of manufactured pap.

They have to tour all the time to survive. They are deserving of your hard earned $ Buy this album!
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