LAMB OF GOD's 'As The Palaces Burn' Named Best Album of 2003

Revolver magazine has named LAMB OF GOD's "As the Palaces Burn" as 2003's "Album of the Year."

Commented the band: "This is absolutely flattering, and it came totally unexpected. We'd like to express our sincerest gratitude to Revolver's readers and staff, and to our fans worldwide who've made 2003 an amazing year for us. Things are bigger and better than we ever dreamed they could become. We remain grateful to our friends, fans and family for their support and continue to be inspired by their dedication.

"We're home now, working harder than ever on the follow up to 'As the Palaces Burn'...it's a thrilling time for each of us in this band. We are looking forward to the coming year, a new album and new tours...our sincerest thanks."

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