LAMB OF GOD: "Vigil' Video Released

LAMB OF GOD: "Vigil' Video Released

"Vigil", the new video from Richmond, Virginia metallers LAMB OF GOD, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Don Argott and edited by Demian Fenton, the team responsible for the forthcoming LAMB OF GOD feature film "As The Palaces Burn", which is scheduled for a worldwide theatrical release in February 2014.

The remixed and remastered 10th anniversary edition of LAMB OF GOD's "As The Palaces Burn" album is scheduled for a November 11 release. Those pre-ordering the disc on iTunes will be able to receive an instant grat track of the song "Purified".

After some serious detective work tracking down the original album master tapes, the band went in with producer Josh Wilbur (who also produced LAMB OF GOD's "Wrath" and "Resolution" CDs) 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.

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LAMB OF GOD begins its final North American tour of the "Resolution" cycle tonight in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Also appearing on the bill are KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, TESTAMENT and HUNTRESS. The tour runs through November 26.

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