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Lamb of God

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Alongside the likes of Slipknot, Korn, and Machine Head, Lamb Of God were part of the new wave of American heavy metal acts in the late 1990s, turning their noses up at bluesy solos and, instead, embracing the thrashing aggression of death metal. Formed by college friends Mark Morton, Chris Adler, and John Campbell while attending Virginia Commonwealth University, the band originally called themselves "Burn The Priest" and released their self-titled debut album through Legion Records in 1999. After adopting the Lamb Of God moniker in 2000, they built a steady following with high-energy shows and albums New American Gospel (2000) and As The Palaces Burn (2003). The band's fourth album, Ashes Of The Wake, proved to be Lamb of God's commercial breakthrough, reaching the US Top 30 upon its release in 2004. The album's follow-up, Sacrament, progressed even further, charting at Number 8 on the Billboard 200 in 2006 and receiving a Grammy nomination. The Wrath followed in 2009, reached Number 2 in America, and repositioned the band's sound within the groove metal sub-genre. 2013's Resolution and 2015's VII: Sturm und Drang both charted at Number 3 on the Billboard 200, and the band's self-titled album in 2020 continued to cement Lamb Of God's legacy as enduring lynchpins of the metal community. The eponymous record reached Number 15 in America, as did 2022's Omens.