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Lamb of God streams reissue of As the Palaces Burn

Rollingstone.com has put up a full stream of Lamb of God’s As the Palaces Burn.  The band’s notoriously garbage-sounding sounding got a full remastering as part of a 10th anniversary reissue via Razor & Tie/Prosthetic.  The re-release will be out November 11th.


Check out the full stream of As the Palaces Burn below:



Producer Josh Wilbur, who produced Wrath and Resolution for the band, remixed and remastered the album from the original master tapes.  The band has also shot a DVD documentary to coincide with the re-release that documents the writing and recording process of the album.


The 10th anniversary remastered edition of As the Palaces Burn will also feature previously unreleased demos.  The tracklisting is as follows:

01. Ruin

02. As The Palaces Burn

03. Purified

04. 11th Hour

05. For Your Malice

06. Boot Scraper

07. A Devil In God’s Country

08. In Defense Of Our Good Name

09. Blood Junkie

10. Vigil

11. Ruin (previously unreleased demo)

12. As The Palaces Burn (previously unreleased demo)

13. Blood Junkie (previously unreleased demo)


To get your hands on the record, the CD/DVD, and other associated merch, head over here.


2 comments on “Lamb of God streams reissue of As the Palaces Burn

  1. Jen
    November 15, 2013

    This would be such a cool thing to own. The documentary is super interesting. It’s streaming on Quell! http://smarturl.it/LambOfGod_FullStream

  2. shelby cmr
    November 16, 2013

    i just finished streaming the reissue of the album..so good check it out http://smarturl.it/LambOfGod_FullStream

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