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CD Reviews
Ashes of the Wake
Review by Mike Korn
The last few years have seen the rise of a new generation of American metal bands. The new blood has included Shadows Fall, God Forbid and without a doubt the most vicious of the bunch, Lamb of God.
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Sacrament
Review by Mike Korn
With a name such as Lamb of God and an album title like Sacrament, you'd expect this disc to be full of praise and worship. But there's definitely a wolf under this lamb's clothing.
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Concert Reviews
Lamb of God - Live at Ozzfest, 2004, Alpine Valley, WI
Review by Mike Korn
Lamb of God's status as one of the hottest rising metal acts was confirmed when they snagged a prime spot on Ozzfest's second stage this year, sharing the prestigious "non-rotating" slot with Hatebreed and Slipknot.
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Lamb of God - Live in Milwaukee, WI, July 2006
Review by Travis Jensen
First of all, I want to shake the hand of the tour managers and promotional people who teamed these two bands (Lamb of God and Slayer) together, as I don't think there is anyone more fitting to open up for Slayer than these guys.
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Lamb of God - Live in Milwaukee, WI, March, 2007
Review by Greg Olma
When I first heard that Lamb Of God was going to play The Rave in Milwaukee, I was a bit surprised. Their latest Album Sacrament was a huge hit and coming off of a Grammy nomination, I figured that The Rave would be too small to hold the growing legion of Lamb Of God fans.
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Lamb of God - Live in Tinley Park, IL, July 2010
Review by Travis Jensen

The new millennium has brought forth a new king of metal, and that undisputed title goes to Lamb Of God.


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Interviews
Lamb of God
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with John Campbell of Lamb of God from 2006



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Lamb of God
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with Willie Adler of Lamb of God from 2004

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Review by Gary Hill
With the latest entry in the Drum Nation series Magna Carta has changed the rules. First, this disc is not progressive rock, by any means.
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