Lamb Of God: As The Palaces Burn

Lamb Of God: As The Palaces Burn
CD - 2003
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Production notes:

Produced by Devin Townsend (Strapping Young Lad, Soilwork, Stuck Mojo). Guest performances by former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland, Today Is the Day frontman and New American Gospel producer Steve Austin, and Strapping Young Lad frontman / guitarist and producer Devin Townsend.

All songs written, arranged and performed by LAMB OF GOD
Recorded at Montana, Inc. in Richmond, Virginia
Engineered by Devin Townsend
Produced by Devin Townsend and LAMB OF GOD
Assistant engineers: Dennis Solomon, Grant Rutledge, Dan Kearley, Carla Lewis, Scott Cooke
Mixed by Shaun Thingvold and LAMB OF GOD at Hipposonic studios, Vancouver B.C.
Mastered by Louie Teran at Marcussen Mastering

Chris Poland appears on 'Purified' courtesy of Chris Poland
Chris Poland engineer: Petar Sardelich
Devin Townsend appears on 'A Devil in God's Country' courtesy of
HevyDevy Records and Century Media Records
Steve Austin appears on '11th Hour' courtesy of Today is the Day and Relapse Records
Band photo by Daragh Mcdonagh
Willie would like to thank:

My beloved Brandy whose constant love and support carries me through every day and whom without, nothing would be possible. My T-Man for reminding me that patience is a virtue and a worthwhile endeavor, for his love and admiration are unequaled. Ma and Pops Adler who have always been behind everything I do, sometimes even I have to question why, but I love them for it. Ma and Pop Hopkins for taking me in as one of their own and for showing me such genuine love, it reminds me just how lucky I am. Devin Townsend for pushing me to play as well as I could. Chris, my brother, whom I love dearly and if it weren't for him none of this would be worth doing. Jamey A. (the little Adler) for reminding me just how funny motherfuckers can be, I love you. The rest of the boys in the band, you guys always do fucking great and have never failed to impress me at some point along the way; thank you for giving us all the opportunity to do this. To God Forbid (who are probably on the 'Blacker than 'yo momma Tour') thank you guys for all the good times and we better see you soon. Thank you to Steve Austin whose contributions are always at the right time and right on point. E.J. and Dan, you guys know what you've done...thanks. To anyone I forgot, I'm sorry and I'll thank you when I see you.
Chris would like to thank:

Julie Cyr-Adler for passion, faith, inspiration, love and strength. I love and admire you. Pat and Jim for guidance, trust, support and belief. My brother James for helping remind me why it is that I try so hard.

'In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.' -- Martin Luther King Jr.

The individuals that surround me in this endeavor are monumental. Will is the talent I strive for and respect, our bond and our music are as strong as our blood. Campbell is the best of friends, confidant and comedian without whom, I could not continue in this. Mark is the simultaneous balance and display of reason and chaos helping keep the rest of us centered. Randy is the black sheep - yang to the ying.

Together we persevere; these are the tongues of men and angels.

The LOG Crew and Family: EJ, Dan Fitzgerald, Tim Borror, Dennis Solomon, David Allen, Ken Adams, Judd Praether, Dusty Ray Symonds, Jeff Cohen, John Murden, Lewis Foster.

Our friends at home in Richmond, VA and everyone around the world that has helped, believed in and cared enough to treat us fairly.

The most important thanks go to you. Thank you for listening. Thank you for your appreciation, it is reciprocated.
D. Randall would like to thank:

D. RANDALL thanks: My Kinfolks- Ya'll know who you are.

My Peeps- Pino and Lisa, Podestas, Peter Frank (for da crib), Spear, Schwartz and son, Eric Shipp (for the broken rib), McPhereson, Cropper, Frank Pollard and Chi-town crew, Carl Severson, All of Dirtbag Manor, Steve Austin, Tyson and Corely, Hank Williams the 3rd, Sadie Blythe Ivy and Canada crew, Scuib and C43 crew, Jaime and Hillbilly Joe (Texas crew), Danny Way (for the hook-ups), Judd P. (for bein' there in my worst hour), Brosnan and Philly crew, Siebert, all Brainiacs world-wide, John Bullen (for the title of 'In Defense...'), Townsend, my ex-wife (for jettin'- Thank God, I can have a real life again.), the other fools in L.O.G., all fans, Durv, the Street Team, you. If I forgot anyone, oops. Sorry. See ya on the road.

My Girlfriend- Cynthia W. 'The World Famous Monkey Lips' Cole- Damn woman, you put up with a lot. Thanks babe.

NO THANKS to- Mr. Stinky.

The Rock- GWAR, Amen, The Haunted, Dimmu Borgir, Cannibal Corpse, God motherfuckinÇ Forbid, Darkest Hour, Candiria, Six Feet Under, Little Jimmy and the Fun Boys (AKA 18 Visions), Five Pointe O, Da Mushroomhead, Brian and Shadows Fall ( Bottom's up, boys), Pettibone and Himsa, Throwdown, Jamey and Hatebreed, Scissorfight, Unearth, Grimple, Halo of Locusts, Sworn Enemy, Dixie and Weedeater, EYEHATEGOD, The Tori, Haste, SkyCameFalling(R.I.P.), Trailer Park Riot, Today is the Day, Nora, Mastodon, Blood has been Shed, Locked in a Vacancy, Disassociate, Premonition (The Power Of Metal!), all other bands that have rocked the stage with us in a true champagne jam, all RVA rock that doesn't suck, and of course- Lynyrd Skynyrd.

The Ladies who have passed on since the last album- Bettie Podesta, Emma Berger (for almost burning down CBGB- there's a fire in heaven), my Nana Sara Smith, and most importantly my daughter, Sarah Fisher Blythe- I miss you so much. I'll see you on the other side, honey.
John would like to thank:

Chris, Mark, Willie, Randy / RPG: Johnny, Tony, The Chiefy, Matty / Dennis, Devin, Grant, Joe Joe the Murderer, Dusty, Judd, Skillet, Ian, Steve Austin, Doreen / Day x Day: Will, Dave, Jim, Seth / Mike in Upstate NY, Tim B., EJ, Dan / God Forbid: Dallas, Doc, Corey, Byron, Beeker, The MN / GWAR dudes, Kepone, Slaing Laos, and Breadwinner, My Family, G-Dogg and Emily (my SFG)
Mark would like to thank:

My family for love and support, Chris, John, Randy and Willie for incredible persistence, patience and friendship throughout this whole thing, Dennis Solomon for all the hard work and commitment to the cause, Denise Korycki for inspiration and good times, EJ and Dan for believing in our music, Devin Townsend for making us get it right, Shaun Thingvolt, Carla Levis and Dan Kearley for their commitment and skill, all our friends at Hipposonic for their hospitality, Grant Rutledge for going above and beyond, Ken Adams for continuing to amaze, Jeremy Smith for great tech work and sound advice, Jeffrey Cohen, Tim Borror and RadioTakeover, David Allen and the Street Team, John Murden, Craig Costigan and Framus Guitars and Amps, Kelly Stoelting and Seymour Duncan Pickups, Tim Mckee and Mesa-Boogie, Tommy Rodriguez and Rodriguez Guitars, Danny Way and everyone at DC Shoes, Pat Maus, Jimmie Archey at Gibson, Lewis Foster and HeadScheme for killer screen printing, Julie Adler for tons of help (and food!), Abe Spear, Judd Praether, Dusty Ray, Ian Whalen, Will and Day By Day for a great video, Daragh Mcdonagh and Gary Ashley, Jeff Seibert, Metal Mike, Jimmy Anthony, Doreen and the Sweetwater for keeping us tipsy, all our RVA friends (too many to list!) for their interest and participation, Corntooth, RPG, Alabama Thunderpussy, Avail, The Tori, Steve Austin and Today Is The Day for coming down to rock with us, God Forbid for years of brotherhood and rock, Hank III for spreading the gospel and gifts on the road, Skillet, Chris Poland for laying it down, Durv and Caste, Paul Conroy, Mikey Brosnan, WSOU, Tom Beaujour and Revolver Magazine, Metal Maniacs, MTV2, MuchMusic, Shadows Fall, Five Pointe 0, Eighteen Visions, Darkest Hour, Mushroomhead and crew, Gwar, Candiria, Cathy, Todd, Wiglar and the rest of our Chicago friends, Tyson and Jason and the SoCal crew, Mark Davis, Ed Unser, Jeff Hightower for staying metal and rockin' out in L.A.,... and most importantly our fans, who continue to inspire us with overwhelming dedication and enthusiasm...Thank You.
Lamb of God would like to thank:

Framus Guitars and Amps, Warwick Basses and Amps, Mesa-Boogie Amplification, Seymour Duncan Pickups, Rodriguez Guitars, Axis Pedals, ProMark sticks, Kit Tools sticks, Danmar Percussion, DC Shoes, Paul Bassett (Anarchy) and Aera shoes.
The Crew

Marketing: Scott Greer

A&R: Allison Hagendorf
Management:

Larry Mazer / Tamra Feldman
Entertainment Services Unlimited
<a href="mailto:tamra@esumangement.com">tamra@esumangement.com</a>
Legal:

Jeffrey. R. Cohen
Millen, White, Zelano & Branigan
<a href="mailto:cohen@mwzb.com">cohen@mwzb.com</a>
Booking:

Tim Borror / The Agency Group
<a href="mailto:timborror@theagencygroup.com">timborror@theagencygroup.com</a>
<a href="http://www.theagencygroup.com" title="http://www.theagencygroup.com">http://www.theagencygroup.com</a>
Band Contact:

<a href="mailto:band@lamb-of-god.com">band@lamb-of-god.com</a>
Art:

K3n Adams
<a href="http://www.K3n.com" title="www.K3n.com">www.K3n.com</a>

<a href="http://www.LAMB-OF-GOD.com" title="www.LAMB-OF-GOD.com">www.LAMB-OF-GOD.com</a>
<a href="http://www.lambofgod.tv" title="www.lambofgod.tv">www.lambofgod.tv</a>
<a href="http://www.sacrament2006.com" title="www.sacrament2006.com">www.sacrament2006.com</a>
<a href="http://www.epicrecords.com" title="www.epicrecords.com">www.epicrecords.com</a>

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Tracklist:

1. Ruin
2. As The Palaces Burn
3. Purified
4. 11th Hour
5. For Your Malice
6. Bootscraper
7. A Devil in God's Country
8. In Defense of Our Good Name
9. Blood Junkie
10. Vigil

Reviews for this Album

by LOG4LIFEPWNER September 18, 2011 - 08:45

As the palaces burn has another sound than the other albums, its not bad, but it definetly not like the other albums. Its good to hear something other stuff from them Wink!

by ATOMICKRONIC420 December 26, 2010 - 03:09

Classic l.o.g. album slayed my face. Some of my favrite songs are on this one, listen to it constantly for the last 6 years

by 11THHOUR32174 November 12, 2010 - 16:46

their best album in defence of our good name is the best one on the record

by BRANDON October 14, 2010 - 20:41

the best album of music....haha the shit. this album IS the greatest metal around hands down 11th hour kicked my ass up out of the seat of my truck when i was driving & first heard it. the end of the song was just sooo explosive!!!!!! the breakdown!!! never heard anything soo extreme sence pantera's far beyond driven. damn ruin's intro and drum solo holy shit!!!! blood junkie!!! palaces, vigil, malice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by DENIS -BOOT SCRAPER- August 16, 2010 - 16:45

The best album of music

by BC_BLADE May 30, 2010 - 08:09