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Lamb of God Album Details Announced

Lamb of God will release their fifth studio album, Wrath, on February 24th, 2009. The record will be released in North America by Epic and will be the first release with their new label Roadrunner outside of North America. Wrath is produced by Josh Wilbur and was recorded in studios in New York, Virginia, and New Hampshire. ... …

The New Guitar Gods: Lamb of God

     With Sacrament, the leaders of the underground make their bid for the heavy metal crown. “We weren’t supposed to be a big band,” says Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton. “You were never supposed to be interviewing us. You were never supposed to have heard of us.” Coming from a man whose band just completed an arena tour as the main support act for metal legends Slayer, and whose new album,... …

Gigantour 2 CD & DVD Being Released on April 22

The second coming of Megadeth’s acclaimed traveling metal festival Gigantour arrives on both DVD and CD April 22 via Image Entertainment — just 10 days after Gigantour’s latest incarnation begins its North American invasion April 12 in Denver. Conceived in 2005 by Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine, Gigantour — proclaimed “the mother of all shred fests” by Revolver magazine — resurrects metal’s... …

Shadows Fall Added to Sounds of the Underground

Shadows Fall have been added to this year's Hot Topic Presents Sounds of the Underground Tour. The band will play the final co-headline slot, alternating with already announced bands Chimaira and Every Time I Die and headliners GWAR.Shadows Fall vocalist Brian Fair says, "It is going to be another summer of insanity for the boys in Shadows Fall and we couldn't be more stoked. Not only are we... …

Betcha Can't Play This: Lamb of God

   Morton and Adler bring the licks...and the hair.  MARK MORTON“This lick [FIGURE 1] is basically a harmonic minor scale run in A [A B C D E F G#] that stutter-steps back and forth at the end. In the late Eighties I was really into neoclassical guitarists like Yngwie Malmsteen and the guys who were on Shrapnel Records, and they were all overtly employing the harmonic minor scale. The scale... …

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