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Category: Groove Metal
Catalog Number: 88697 00538 2
Randy Blythe vocals|
Mark Morton lead and rhythm guitar
Willie Adler lead and rhythm guitar
John Campbell bass
Chris Adler drums, percussion
|1. ||Walk With Me in Hell ||5:12|
|2. ||Again We Rise ||4:31|
|3. ||Redneck ||3:41|
|4. ||Pathetic ||4:31|
|5. ||Foot to The Throat ||3:14|
|6. ||Descending ||3:35|
|7. ||Black the Cursed Sun ||5:28|
|8. ||Forgotten (Lost Angels) ||3:06|
|9. ||Requiem ||4:11|
|10. ||More Time to Kill ||3:37|
|11. ||Beating on Death's Door ||5:07 |
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:13|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 3, 2014 at 22:35|
|Sacrament is probably Lamb Of God's best disc overall. The formula is pretty much the same as Ashes Of The Wake and As The Palaces Burn, but the songs themselves just seem a little stronger. The music is filled with a straightforward, Pantera-like rage, but with a bit more of a social/political conscience than the inward-looking Anselmo. As much as the new century has produced anything approaching superstardom in extreme metal, these guys are it (and as extreme goes, they really aren't very.) "Redneck" is the band's best-known song, but other highlights include "Walk With Me In Hell," "Again We Rise," "Foot To The Throat," "More Timme To Kill" and "Beating On Death's Door."
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