Over the summer LAMB OF GOD guitarist Mark Morton revealed that work on the band’s next album was well underway, though he did not disclose any specifics.
Yesterday, the band shared a video teaser (seen HERE) showing various clips of the band in a recording studio and highlighting the year.
“A linchpin of the new wave of American heavy metal movement with an uncompromising approach that garnered both respect and sales, Richmond, Virginia’s Lamb of God began under a more inauspicious name. Employing a versatile blend of metalcore, thrash, punk, sludge, and groove-laden death metal, the band issued an eponymous full-length outing under the moniker Burn the Priest before changing their name in 1999 to avoid being mistaken for a Satanic metal outfit. Lamb of God would go on to release a string of high-profile studio albums and enjoy tremendous commercial success via gold-selling outings like Ashes of the Wake and Sacrament. Between 2000 and 2019, the group carved out a notable swath of sonic real estate, selling millions of records and landing multiple Grammy nominations, without ever compromising their sound.” – All Music