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Lamb of God: pre-production for new album underway

Tuesday, May 12, 2015 8:52 AM PT


Lamb Of God

Richmond, Virginia metal act Lamb Of God has been writing material for their next studio album off and on since last fall. It looks as if the proceedings have progressed to the pre-production stage, as the band has now been joined in their Richmond practice space by producer and engineer Josh Wilbur (Gojira, Hatebreed), who helmed Lamb of God's last two albums, Wrath and Resolution. A photo of Wilbur in said practice space can be seen above.




14 comments


anonymous
5/12/2015 8:56:33 AM
Toothless hicks are stoked.

anonymous
5/12/2015 8:56:33 AM
Lamb of Doug, anyone? Anyone wanted to say that prior to me ruining it?

anonymous
5/12/2015 9:01:11 AM
YO! SUP FUCBOIZ. ITS FRONZ FROM ATTILA. THINKIN ABOUT BUYING A NEW LAMBORGHINI OR A NEW BENZ. OH YEAH COME TO WARPED TOUR IM GIVING OUT SEMINARS ON HOW TO BE A BALLER LIKE ME. DROP OUT OF SCHOOL AND LISTEN TO FRONZ. 666

anonymous
5/12/2015 9:07:26 AM
CANT WAIT

anonymous
5/12/2015 9:29:34 AM
"Lamb of Doug, anyone? Anyone wanted to say that prior to me ruining it?"

Nope, I wanted to say Porkchop of Dog

anonymous
5/12/2015 9:42:09 AM
Need to change producers a freshen this shit up.

anonymous
5/12/2015 10:37:26 AM
on a scale of 1-Doug how Roger are you?

anonymous
5/12/2015 11:05:00 AM
Holy shit get rid of Josh Wilbur. The last two albums sound like shit both songwriting wise and production.

Sacrament and Ashes with Machine were a thousand times better.

anonymous
5/12/2015 1:32:22 PM
Great, because wrath and resolution were terrible. How about another new american gospel or as the palaces burn. Those were good. Not this lame "groove metal" they've been trying to do.

anonymous
5/12/2015 2:36:59 PM
Wrath was the best one in a while actually.

anonymous
5/12/2015 3:28:49 PM
Production-wise the last two albums were absolutely terrible. Esoecially the mixdkwns. Literally unlistenable because of the amount of clipping and lack of dynamic range. I'll pass on this one thanks

anonymous
5/13/2015 6:33:30 AM
YO, GOTTA GET ON THAT PREPRO, BRO

anonymous
5/13/2015 9:58:46 AM
i think they did Sacrament at a studio called The Sound of Music, which has a notorious reputation in RVA for ripping people off and borrowing equipment never to be seen again. So going back to the Sacrament sound probably isnt an option.

anonymous
5/13/2015 11:39:14 AM
Nope, Sacrament was recorded at The Machine Shop - which is a great studio still producing good records.