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Lamb of God

a.k.a.ex-Burn the Priest, L.O.G.
CountryUnited States
Formed1990, Richmond, Virginia
GenresGroove Metal, Metalcore
LabelsNuclear Blast

Line-up (members)

  • Randy Blythe : Vocals (1995-)
  • Mark Morton : Lead Guitar (1990-1994, 1997-)
  • Willie Adler : Rhythm Guitar (1999-)
  • John Campbell : Bass (1990-)
  • Chris Adler : Drums, Percussion (1990-)
Releases : 23     Total votes : 2     Reviews : 0
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Lamb of God Discography

Album title Type Released Rating Votes Reviews
Lamb of God - New American Gospel (2000) collection wish list Studio - 0 0
(2003) Single - 0 0
Lamb of God - As the Palaces Burn (2003) collection wish list Studio - 0 0
(2004) collection wish list Video - 0 0
(2004) collection wish list EP - 0 0
Lamb of God - Ashes of the Wake (2004) collection wish list Studio - 0 0
(2005) collection wish list Video - 0 0
(2005) collection wish list Live - 0 0
(2006) Single - 0 0
Lamb of God - Sacrament (2006) collection wish list Studio - 0 0
(2008) collection wish list Video - 0 0
(2008) Single - 0 0
Lamb of God - Wrath (2009) collection wish list Studio 72.5 2 0
(2010) collection wish list Boxed set - 0 0
(2010) collection wish list Compilation - 0 0
(2010) collection wish list Compilation - 0 0
(2010) collection wish list Compilation - 0 0
(2010) collection wish list Boxed set - 0 0
(2011) Single - 0 0
Lamb of God - Resolution (2012) collection wish list Studio - 0 0
(2015) Single - 0 0
(2015) Single - 0 0
Lamb of God - VII: Sturm und Drang (2015) collection wish list Studio - 0 0
Additional notes
The band started off under the name Burn the Priest in the winter of 1994, then changed their name to Lamb of God in April of 1999. The name change was a result of the band members thinking the old name was too immature, and it was taking them in the wrong direction as far as fans were concerned.

They also released a 6-song EP, distributed only to record labels in late 1999/early 2000, possibly still under the Burn the Priest moniker.

On 26 January, 2014 the band announced that they will take a period of hiatus from the musical scene, after completing appearances at a handful of festivals.