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New Lamb Of God

Discussion in 'Bar' started by AntonioPetrole, May 18, 2015.

  1. AntonioPetrole

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    What do you guys think? Production is pretty awesome, Randy Blythe's vocals sound really good on this too.

    http://www.lambofgodvii.com/
     
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    Is it me or is there like…. almost no stereo imaging on the drums?
     
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    Not just you, it's annoyting how bad the stereo spread is.
     
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    Yeah, the guitars are wider than the drums. Weird. Songs is OK but it's too much of a sing along for me. Has some cool riffs though. I would love to dig LOG again but I just can't seem to get there. :popcorn:
     
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    Never been too into LOG but I'm really enjoying this, great vocal delivery, punchy production and just generally very catchy.
     
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    sounds just like LOG to me. I'd love them to do something new and possibly try and explore some other sounds.....
     
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    Well they sometimes did, like "King Me" on the previous album.

    I like the song, typical lamb of god. I'm a fanboy, so I like it anyway.
     
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    Instrumentally, I dig the song... but Randy's phrasing in this one is just so disjointed and awkward.
     
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    Been a huge fan of them since like 2002 right after New American Gospel came out. LoG pretty much got me into more extreme metal. Digging this new track more than most of the past few albums. I agree the vocal phrasing is a bit odd. I'll have to listen again on monitors for the stereo image thing, didn't quite notice it last time I listened. Palaces will always be my favorite LoG album though.

    I'm glad they've still got the classic LoG snare thing happening without too much annoying ring.
     

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