LAMB OF GOD: 'Ashes Of The Wake' Track Listing, Cover Artwork Revealed
LAMB OF GOD have finalized the track listing for their new album, "Ashes of the Wake", due on August 31 through Epic Records. The follow-up to 2003's "As the Palaces Burn" was produced by Machine (WHITE ZOMBIE, (HED)P.E., PITCHSHIFTER, ONE MINUTE SILENCE) and includes guest appearances by former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland and ex-TESTAMENT axeman Alex Skolnick.
"Ashes of the Wake" (view cover here) track listing:
01. Laid To Rest
03. Now You've Got Something To Die For
04. The Faded Line
06. Blood Of The Scribe
07. One Gun
08. Break You
09. What I've Become
10. Ashes Of The Wake
11. Remorse Is For The Dead
The first pressing of "Ashes of the Wake" will be released with a special bonus disc featuring the video for "Laid to Rest", which was shot last week with director Chris Sims (EIGHTEEN VISIONS, POISON THE WELL). The clip reportedly features performance footage combined with the conceptual footage that is being described as "frantic and fast-paced so that it matches the intensity of the song itself." Look for the video to debut in August.
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