Lamb Of God Deluxe Edition Of Self-Titled Album Coming in March

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lamb of god 2021Lamb Of God has revealed plans to issue a three-disc deluxe edition of last year’s critically acclaimed self-titled album featuring the full record with two bonus tracks and a live version of the album, along with a DVD performance of Lamb Of God on March 26 via Epic Records.

“This album, and in particular, this deluxe edition is something I’m incredibly proud of,” says guitarist Willie Adler. “Throughout the process of writing, recording, and the subsequent filming of the live stream, I knew we were creating much more than a collection of songs. Much more than a simple streamed performance. This was focused energy. Energy that, to me, is very tangible. And now, more than ever, in an era where human interaction is so limited, art…..be it music, visual, or otherwise, is a human connection point. And we need as much of that as possible! I hope everyone enjoys this deluxe edition as much as we enjoyed creating it. Thank you.”

Pre-orders for the set are available now, along with the bonus track “Ghost Shaped People.” The live CD and DVD portion of the deluxe edition features the first of Lamb Of God’s two ultra-successful live stream events from September 2020, in which the band performed their critically acclaimed, self-titled album Lamb Of God in full, plus an encore of four songs including “Ruin,” “Contractor,” “512,” and the debut live performance of “The Death Of Us,” a new song the band wrote and recorded in quarantine for the Bill & Ted Face The Music movie and soundtrack. The DVD includes a new director’s cut with bonus material. Watch the trailer for the deluxe package now at THIS location.

Pre-orders for the set are available now, along with the bonus track “Ghost Shaped People.” The live CD and DVD portion of the deluxe edition features the first of Lamb of God’s two ultra-successful live stream events from September 2020, in which the band performed their album Lamb of God in full, plus an encore of four songs. The DVD includes a new director’s cut with bonus material. Watch the trailer for the deluxe package now at http://lambofgod.lnk.to/deluxe.

Originally, released June 19 of last year, Lamb Of God’s first new album in five years was met with universal acclaim – not only among major rock journalists, but with all strata of metal fans around the world.

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The complete track listing for Lamb Of God Deluxe Edition is:

Disc 1
Lamb Of God Original Album + 2 Bonus Tracks

⦁ Memento Mori
⦁ Checkmate
⦁ Gears
⦁ Reality Bath
⦁ New Colossal Hate
⦁ Resurrection Man
⦁ Poison Dream feat. Jamey Jasta
⦁ Routes feat. Chuck Billy
⦁ Bloodshot Eyes
⦁ On The Hook
⦁ Ghost Shaped People
⦁ Hyperthermic/Accelerate

Disc 2
Lamb Of God – Live From Richmond, VA

⦁ Memento Mori (Live)
⦁ Checkmate (Live)
⦁ Gears (Live)
⦁ Reality Bath (Live)
⦁ New Colossal Hate (Live)
⦁ Resurrection Man (Live)
⦁ Poison Dream (Live)
⦁ Routes (Live)
⦁ Bloodshot Eyes (Live)
⦁ On The Hook (Live)
⦁ Contractor (Live)
⦁ Ruin (Live)
⦁ The Death of Us (Live)
⦁ 512 (Live)

Disc 3
Lamb Of God – Live From Richmond, VA DVD

⦁ Memento Mori
⦁ Checkmate
⦁ Gears
⦁ Reality Bath
⦁ New Colossal Hate
⦁ Resurrection Man
⦁ Poison Dream
⦁ Routes
⦁ Bloodshot Eyes
⦁ On The Hook
⦁ Contractor
⦁ Ruin
⦁ The Death of Us
⦁ 512

Digital copies will contain only Disc 1 and Disc 2.

A separate vinyl edition of Lamb Of God – Live From Richmond, VA will also be available.

Lamb Of God – Live From Richmond, VA vinyl track listing:
Side 1
⦁ Memento Mori
⦁ Checkmate
⦁ Gears
⦁ Reality Bath
⦁ New Colossal Hate

Side 2
⦁ Resurrection Man
⦁ Poison Dream
⦁ Routes
⦁ Bloodshot Eyes
⦁ On The Hook

Lamb Of God eagerly awaits their return to the road to support Lamb of God. Their North American co-headline tour with Megadeth and support from Trivium and In Flames has been rescheduled to begin in July 2021 and their headline tour in the UK and co-headline tour with Kreator in Europe will take place in November and December 2021. Tickets for both tours are on-sale at lamb-of-god.com/tour. 

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