LAMB OF GOD: Two New Tracks Available For Streaming
Two complete tracks from LAMB OF GOD's upcoming "Sacrament" album — "Redneck" and "Walk with Me in Hell" — are available for streaming at LambOfGod.tv.
"Sacrament", the second Epic Records studio release from LAMB OF GOD, will be issued on August 22 individually and as a CD and DVD deluxe edition, which will include over 90 minutes of special behind-the-scenes footage of the making of "Sacrament".
This special deluxe edition of "Sacrament" chronicles the making of the album from the early stages of writing and rehearsing to the actual studio recording. Filmed during the spring of 2006, the footage captures the intensely personal aspects of the album making process as well as taking a sneak peek inside the band's private lives. The DVD contains interviews from each band member as well as director's cut versions of two videos from the upcoming release, including the first single "Redneck".
Currently on the Unholy Alliance tour with SLAYER, LAMB OF GOD will hit the road again late summer in support of "Sacrament". More details will be announced soon.
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