11 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ashes of the Wake is a quintessentially American metal album: tight and efficient, with a clear emphasis on visceral impact. Guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler possess a deep arsenal of intricate time-signature changes and technical progressions, yet they’re always in service of the group’s relentless grooves. Howler Randy Blythe couldn’t care less about dragons and wizards; on “What I’ve Become” and “Hourglass,” he’s too busy tearing at the scabs of his own alienation. Bad-vibes music for suburban nihilists doesn’t get any better.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ashes of the Wake is a quintessentially American metal album: tight and efficient, with a clear emphasis on visceral impact. Guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler possess a deep arsenal of intricate time-signature changes and technical progressions, yet they’re always in service of the group’s relentless grooves. Howler Randy Blythe couldn’t care less about dragons and wizards; on “What I’ve Become” and “Hourglass,” he’s too busy tearing at the scabs of his own alienation. Bad-vibes music for suburban nihilists doesn’t get any better.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
411 Ratings
411 Ratings
xxHERETICxx ,

Why iTunes Why?!?

It's pretty weird to be listening to a great record by Lamb Of God and then to hear the swear words cut out, even though it says "Explicit", this is not true. I didn't know Wal-Mart was taking over iTunes!

Ultrapie ,

i give itunes 1 star

cmon itunes, give this album a break
just leave it on here, uve taken it off, edited, put on partial album and stuff amillion times
this album is great and it doesnt deserve ur bs

darthpat10 ,

Uh refund please?

Its a great album but i bought a song that was advertised as explicit and its not what i got so id reeeeaaaallly like my 99 cents back.

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