10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Reclaiming their provocative old moniker—Burn the Priest—for this one-off covers album, Virginian metal kings Lamb of God pay tribute to their early influences. As such, the band tears through pummeling versions of hardcore punk favorites like Bad Brains’ “I Against I,” Cro-Mags’ “We Gotta Know,” and Agnostic Front’s “One Voice” with maximum precision and intensity. But they also bring an aggressive metal edge to unexpected ’90s gems like Melvins’ “Honey Bucket,” Quicksand’s “Dine Alone,” and Ministry’s “Jesus Built My Hotrod.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Reclaiming their provocative old moniker—Burn the Priest—for this one-off covers album, Virginian metal kings Lamb of God pay tribute to their early influences. As such, the band tears through pummeling versions of hardcore punk favorites like Bad Brains’ “I Against I,” Cro-Mags’ “We Gotta Know,” and Agnostic Front’s “One Voice” with maximum precision and intensity. But they also bring an aggressive metal edge to unexpected ’90s gems like Melvins’ “Honey Bucket,” Quicksand’s “Dine Alone,” and Ministry’s “Jesus Built My Hotrod.”

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About Burn The Priest

This short-lived, Richmond, VA-based death metal group featured vocalist Randy Blythe, guitarists Mark Morton and Abe Spear, bassist John Campbell, and drummer Chris Adler, and released a single eponymous album in 1998 before morphing into the more accomplished Lamb of God. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia

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