Lamb of God
Style: (Thrash) Metal
Release date: 24 January, 2012
Playing time: 53:07

Jesus Christ, the Messiah, the Redeemer, yes the Lamb of God is back. With 'Wrath' they made quite an impression on me and I was not the only one. The new album 'Resolution' picks up where they left us with 'Wrath'. Raw, aggressive, heavy riffs, hammering drums, pounding songs completed by furious and raging vocals. Elements that were on the predecessor, but even more developed on this new album.

The songs sound very heavy and sometimes have heavy guitar riffs in them reminding a bit of Black Sabbath. Again the album breaths out a kind of live atmosphere and I am certain that lots of new songs will create big mosh pits. Their musical mix of Pantera and Slayer converted into Lamb Of God songs shows again that the band haven't reach their prime yet. If they continue to be creative like this, they will still be around releasing records when I'm old and fat. Metal heads, who liked 'Wrath' better than 'Sacrament' will be pleased with the fact that they have kept the direction.

Never change a winning team!


01. Straight for the Sun
02. Desolation
03. Ghost Walking
04. Guilty
05. The Undertow
06. The Number Six
07. Barbarosa
08. Invictus
09. Cheated
10. Insurrection
11. Terminally Unique                                        12. To the End
13. Visitation
14. King Me

Label: Roadrunner Records
Distribution: Warner Music (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 1 February, 2012