The band's fourth full length album, if you include burn the priest, is the very one that fired them into the mainstream of metal. And if you take your evidence from these eleven slices of supreme goodness, Rightly so.
Obviously the first three tracks here are classics, each embeded in lamb of god's setlist.
But it's on tracks like Omerta and Remorse is for the dead that the feel of this album comes across, although palaces may have been full of confidence, this displays the kind of attitude Lamb of god have been wanting to show.
Evidently Randy Blythe in ways, paeks on this record and the instrumental track Ashes of the wake, boasts the musicianship of Mark Morton, Willie Addler and friends...
Overall, if you claim to call yourself a fan of metal, and have not heard this album BUY BEG OR STEAL A COPY RIGHT NOW.