Lamb of God
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Lamb of God is an American groove metal band, originally formed under the name Burn the Priest. The roots of Lamb of God were planted in the year 1990, when Mark Morton, Chris Adler and John Campbell were friends at Virginia Commonwealth University. The trio began playing at Adler's house in Richmond weathering chilly conditions. "There was no heat in the house," recalls Campbell. "We would hang around the kerosene heaters, get really drunk and write metal songs. Fumes and Black Label beer were definitely what fueled our early days."
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- LyricsIf there was a single day I could live
A single breath I could take
I'd trade all the others away.
The blood's on the wall, so you'd might as well just admit it
And bleach out the stains, commit to forgetting it.
- LyricsSo goddamn easy to write this
You make it spill on the page
So drunk on your self, self-righteous
The laughing stock of your own fucking stage
But I ain't one to call names
- LyricsPray for blood, pray for the cleansing
Pray for the flood, pray for the end
Of this nightmare, this lie of a life
Came as quickly as it can dissolve
We seek only reprieve
- LyricsNow you've got something to die for
Now you've got something to die for
Lust for blood, a blind crusade
Apocalyptic, we count the days
- LyricsPrivileged, a chosen few
Blessed with our time in hell
Witness a divine vision
The day we all fell still
Rapture of the dying age
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- The Faded Line - (4:37) - 28,790 plays
- Descending - (3:37) - 25,190 plays
- Desolation - (3:56) - 24,605 plays
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