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Lets Talk Metal

Discussion in 'Music' started by zackp, Jan 3, 2009.
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  1. ferday
     
    i had another good listen...although i can see and agree with Soup's point that it does kind of sound the same as a whole...track by track i enjoy it.
     
    machine is one of the best metal tracks of the year IMO, just head banging awesome. 
     
  2. Kirnupiima
     
  3. wrathzombie
     
    I did. Its awesome..... WooHoo.
     
  4. wrathzombie
     
    This is good, but too short for it to be on my ear end list. I hope they release a full album next year..
     
  5. SoupRKnowva

    Agreed! I wasn't gonna make a value judgment on how good they were though, makes for a poor argument lol



    Yeah, it's certainly got some good songs on it, I'm just saying overall I don't like it as much.

    And my favorite song of the year is still mind as universe my persefone, that song is amazing. Though Chronic by Leprous and any of the 4 songs off the Black Crown Initiate cd might be close.


    But it's so gud! And really, the songs are kind of long, it's about as long as a grindcore LP :p
     
  6. AK7579
    Lamb of God is re-releasing a remastered and remixed version of As the Palaces Burn for its 10th anniversary. you can pre-order here
     
  7. MorbidToaster

    Any idea on actual mastering info? That bundle with the red shirt looks siiiiiick.
     
  8. ferday
     
    i wonder too....that album was already pretty good sounding (and one of my favorites!)
     
    edit:  see below, that sounds freaking awesome LOL
     
  9. AK7579
    From their Facebook page:
     
    After some serious detective work tracking down the original album master tapes, the band went in with producer Josh Wilbur (who also produced Wrath and Resolution) and gave 'Palaces a full-on, ass kicking remix and remaster. Front-to-back, top to bottom. The remixed version of Palaces is now how they had originally intended it to be.

    To go along with the album re-release, Lamb of God also shot a brand new DVD documentary recounting the recording process and the stories behind the music which features new interviews with original producer Devin Townsend, the band members and current producer, Josh Wilbur.

    Drummer Chris Adler comments, "we are lucky to have the opportunity, a decade after our first attempt, to bring what I consider to be our master work up to speed sonically. Ever since the original release we've been distraught about the sonic qualities of 'As the Palaces Burn'.
    The band had captured lightening in a bottle and the budget limitation of a sophomore album turned our lightening into a firefly in a jar. The songs are undeniable and we've always been very proud of how this album launched our career. It feels appropriate to revisit now that we can and give this very special album the chance to reach our original hopes and it's true potential."

     
  10. MorbidToaster
    Wrath and Resolution have piss poor dynamic range (like DR4) so I'm still worried...but it's one of their best albums and I want that damn shirt!

    Edit: Some sound decent though so who knows.
     
  11. AK7579
     
    I hear ya. I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt and pre-ordered the LP anyway which comes with a digital download of the album upon release.
     
  12. Trogdor

    That and the master has issues. But these guys are really really talented, I expect big things from BCI (I wonder what label they will land on?).
     
  13. macrocheesium
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    :)
     
     
     

     
  14. MorbidToaster

    Wait...how did I miss this ;-;
     
  15. keepitsimple
    Ive just come across In the woods.Anyone dig[​IMG]
     
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