LAMB OF GOD With Full Orchestra, Opera Singer; Audio Available

The third trailer for "Resolution", the forthcoming album from Richmond, Virginia metallers LAMB OF GOD, can be seen below. The one-minute clip features the song "King Me", which closes the CD. The track, one of the most musically ambitious the band has ever put forth, features a full orchestra as well as opera singer Amanda Munton.

Due in North America on January 24, 2012 via Epic Records (one day earlier internationally through Roadrunner Records), "Resolution" was recorded at various studios in Virginia and New York with producer Josh Wilbur, who worked on the band's last effort, 2009's "Wrath".

"Resolution" will feature 14 songs and will come in a digipack with artwork by longtime art director Ken Adams.

The "Resolution" cover artwork can be seen below.

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"Resolution" track listing:

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

The official lyric video for "Ghost Walking" can be seen below.

During its 2012 world tour, LAMB OF GOD, in connection with Epic Records and 914 Films, will shoot a feature film documenting fans and their personal stories of how they use the band's music to cope with their everyday lives.

"Wrath" sold around 68,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 2 (behind TAYLOR SWIFT's "Fearless") on The Billboard 200 chart.

LAMB OF GOD performed at the sixth edition of D-TOX Rockfest on June 17 in Montebello, Quebec, Canada. This marked the group's first and only 2011 appearance.

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