New American Gospel United States Of AmericaCountry Of Origin: United States Of America
Lamb Of God - New American Gospel

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MB Rating: 8
[1 Vote(s)]

User Rating: 7.6
[137 Vote(s)]
Black Label
A Warning
In The Absence Of The Sacred
Letter To The Unborn
The Black Dahlia
Terror And Hubris In The House Of Frank Pollard
The Subtle Arts Of Murder And Persuasion

Type: Full-Length
Release Date: 2000
Label: Metal Blade Records
Categories: Death, Hardcore, Heavy, Metalcore, Groove
7.6 out of 10 / 137 vote(s)

MetalBite Review by Tobias on 3/16/2001
Be wary metal fans, Lamb of God is building a pulpit in extremism from which they would not hesitate to jump down just to pummel you personally. Their preaching tool, New American Gospel, is an unadulterated work of horror.

The high-octane twin string shredders along with the muffler-free rumbling of the bass and skins lay down some of the most brutal groundwork for extreme vocalist D. Randall Bythe. This band crams grind-core, death and tooth-breaking extreme metal down your throat with all the intentions of a Charlie Manson slumber party.

Rip-roaring tracks like Black Label and Confessional are raw meat tearing teeth that will skewer you without blinking. I wouldn’t find myself surprised at all should I find this band walking down the street followed by a throng of feces throwing monkeys all decorated with various appendages of those they have sodomized along the way. Hate machines like this need to be handled with care. New American Gospel is a damn good braining of which all American metal freaks should be proud.

Like Extreme? Get it and join the hordes growing behind this new American icon of brutality.

Bottom Line: These guys are a bunch of mean mofo’s ready to hurt someone.

Rating: 8 of 10