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Je rejoins le commentaire précédent... que dire de LOG à part que ca balence severe. Un duo basse / batterie completement fou qui donne une pêche incroyable et qui permet aux deux guitare d'aligner des riffs assez particuliers: complexes et ultra-efficaces.
Pour le chant, ca braille pas mal de prime abord, mais après plusieurs écoutes on peut réellement apprécier la puissance de ce chanteur qui s'intégre parfaitement au reste.

Première écoute d'un live avec le disque Killadelphia... première remarque: "Encore un disque avec grosse production, je suis sur qu'en live ca se plante..."

Pour ma part j'ai pu les voir au GRASPOP 2007... à mes yeux la plus grosse prestation du samedi (y'avait quand même MAIDEN, KORN, BLACK SABBATH...). UN SEUL CONSEIL: ALLEZ LES VOIR EN LIVE, VOUS COMPRENDREZ !!!
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Par Fabio VOIX VINE le 18 mai 2007
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Très efficace, et surtout très technique, les americains de Lamb Of God signe avec "Sacrament" un album riche qui oscille entre stoner metal et metalcore.

Les chants essentiellement hurlés sont absolument halluciants. Si je n'aurais qu'une chose à reprocher à ce "Sacrament", c'est son côté trop linaire. On aurait davantage espérer un côté un peu plus expérimental.

Un album qui prend toute sa dimension en live. Ayant fait le "Unholy Alliance" à Bercy, je peux vous assurer que c'est la claque !
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Du lourd, du très très lourd !
L'album en lui même est pour moi l'une des références du genre. Ajoutez à celà le disque bonus qui contient toutes les pistes séparées de chaque instrument... Un régal pour ceux qui veulent s'entrainer à jouer les chansons ou encore essayer de remixer l'ensemble. Excellente idée en tous cas que ce contenu additionnel. J'adore, tout simplement!
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Super album!!! bon je suis fan!!!! le batteur Chris Adler une machine!!! écouté bien la double, un style de fou!! et le reste ca tourne d'enfer ca groove le meilleur groupe de metal pour moi du moin en ce moment et le chanteur parfait!!! voila donc acheté
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HASH(0x9764dd8c) étoiles sur 5 Lamb Of God's "South Of Heaven" (4.5 stars) 24 août 2006
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After establishing themselves as one of heavy music's best and most promising and talented active bands with their first three albums, Lamb Of God knew the time was right to expand their sound. The band members have said in interviews that they can't keep making the same records over and over, or they'd get bored and retire sooner than many want them to. Plus, a great band will always try to top their past albums, even if though it would be extremely hard to outdo 2003's great "As The Palaces Burn" and `04's wonderful "Ashes Of The Wake."

There is no doubt that "Sacrament," LOG's fourth studio release, takes several musical strides and new directions. Probably the first thing you'll notice is that the sound is a lot more restrained. The riffs aren't nearly as meaty or constant and the Chris Adler's machine gun double bass drumming only occasionally sprouts up.

The next thing you'll notice is that "Sacrament" has a greater black metal influence. The overall sound is a lot darker, and frontman Randy Blythe's vocals sound more wicked because he shrieks more than usual (at least once in every song).

The listener will be fairly uncertain of "Sacrament" after listening to the first track, "Walk With Me In Hell." It does feature bursts of stop-start double kick drums and a chilling whisper of the title phrase, but it's still a very different sound than what we're used to. It's also highlighted by a cool, winding/mazey guitar solo. Following that song is "Again We Rise," which is a bit more muscular and propulsive due to its punching riffs, but it's still only so heavy. "Redneck" (the lead single) is so surprising and daring it's almost startling. Its southern groove and almost rock `n' roll-esque vocal style makes it sound like LOG are covering a Rebel Meets Rebel song (the project with Pantera and country singer David Alan Coe).

Think of "Sacrament" as Lamb Of God's version of Slayer's 1988 release "South Of Heaven" (please note I didn't say Metallica's "Black Album"). The band's at a time when the stakes are very high for them, so instead of trying to out-heavy themselves, they dabble in slower songs and even a bit of melody and harmony (i.e. the thumping blast beat on "Descending" is held down by semi-tuneful guitar parts). It will most likely be a controversial release among fans, but it's still a success. (If a band is going to change their sound, this is how they should do it--Dissection should take notes.)

Granted, it is a little less inspiring, exhilarating, and instantly satisfying (partially due to the lack of Randy's famous political lyrics), and it probably won't translate as well in Lamb Of God's live show, so it does not upstage "Ashes Of The Wake." But it is still very inspired and all-around great. One could even argue it's even more memorable, because "Sacrament" takes substantial leaps in the creative, diverse (darn near every song offers something new), unique, daring, and innovation departments.

And this isn't a complete abandonment of LOG's core sound. For one, the songs are still plenty catchy. "Blacken The Cursed Sun" ends with great, skipping guitar hooks; "Forgotten (Lost Angels)" is superbly catchy and includes a fantastic vocal build-up and climax; "Requiem" follows suit with an awesome, snowballing rhythm; and "More Time To Kill" sports an irresistibly rhythmic, toe-tapping beat. Plus, there are still several heavy tracks. "Pathetic" is backed by pounding drums, a catchy, churning, guitar-driven rhythm, and another wailing solo; "Foot To The Throat" has thrashy riffs which make it kind of have an "Ashes Of The Wake" vibe; and "Beating On Deaths Door," is probably the album's harshest, fastest and angriest moment. LOG's past two records have ended with a song which has an unexpectedly soft intro consisting of acoustic strumming, but that isn't the case here. Props to the band for keeping things interesting and unpredictable.

It will be interesting to see how "Sacrament" ages and what kind of response it will get from fans. Many (including this reviewer) will applaud this new musical direction, but it's probably safe to say it will, overall, receive a fairly mixed reaction. One thing is for certain, though: whether it's because you enjoy "Sacrament," or you want to absorb it more, or because you can't believe your ears, it definitely warrants repeated listens and you will return to it many times in the future.
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HASH(0x9764dde0) étoiles sur 5 A Catchy Hook in Your Bleeding Gut 5 septembre 2006
Par doomsdayer520 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After taking a few albums to establish their modern update of classic thrash and death metal, Lamb of God have reached the top of their game. This album is jampacked with maturing songwriting ideas and increasing instrumental prowess. Sacrament is a little less dramatic, but much more solid, than the nearly-masterful Ashes of the Wake. The band's crowning glory is still their fearsome rhythm section, with terrifyingly precise drummer Chris Adler and the lowdown gutbucket bass of John Campbell (he's so low that maybe only Satan can fully hear him). Guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler are improving noticeably, especially with their solos and the creativity of their thrash riffs. Randy Blythe's vocals continue to be a bit of a drawback, because he sounds pretty stereotypical when he stays in his usual guttural cookie monster growl. However, Blythe is showing signs of greater excitement when he decides to stretch beyond his normal range, and he is certainly rising above the style of today's standard metal screamer. The politics of Blythe's lyrics are still muddled, though his sheer angry misanthropy and anti-establishment rants are getting pretty interesting.

Lamb of God's growth as songwriters can be heard in two extra noteworthy tracks here. "Redneck" adds a sly southern rock twist to a blistering riff, over Blythe's diatribe about a certain highly-placed (ahem) redneck; while the turgid slow burn of "Descending" offers great drama and a growing sense of dynamics. One recurring problem on Lamb of God's previous albums was that songs would become sluggish and repetitive after the initial riffs outlived their usefulness, but here that problem is mostly avoided through more creative arrangements, except in parts of "Walk With Me in Hell" (which frankly is not a good choice for album opener), and "Blacken the Cursed Sun." However, the band is becoming much better at adding occasional quiet passages and creative effects, which make their usual heaviness stand out much more strongly. Examples include the savage one-two punch of "Forgotten (Lost Angels)" and "Requiem," plus the accurately-titled piledrivers "Foot to the Throat" and "More Time to Kill." Like the greatest long-lived metal bands, Lamb of God have now transcended their category, and are in a category by themselves. This is the new standard of pure American metal. [~doomsdayer520~]
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HASH(0x97c46624) étoiles sur 5 Eh..... 15 avril 2008
Par Los Muertos Mariachi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Lamb of God is a dynamic band filled with talent and skill but honestly this CD just didn't really do it for me. I've been listening to Sacrament over and over again since the very day it came out and as much as I try to I can't seem to get into it. I've loved LOG since the Burn The Priest days and with each subsequent album they have furthered themselves in every aspect of the music from the double bass to the flawless riffs and Randy's vocals there has always been a great step forward or a progression if you will but aside from Randy pushing himself vocally this time around I see this CD greatly lacking in anything of substance.

I think when they chose to let the producer "Machine" in on the creative process they made a huge mistake he worked well with Randy but not that great with the rest of the band. This music is much more geared for concert goers in fact I saw LOG recently and they played some of the songs off Sacrament in Atlanta and they sounded great. Why did they sound great? They sped up the tempo and if you are any true metal fan you would know that seeing these bands live should always sound better than the CD. The problem is even though the music is great live the way it was recorded wasn't. With that being said lyrically the band changed to more personal issues which is a nice switch from the political but the music sounds generic (at some parts) and sounds very radio friendly which is not typical of Lamb of God. They added a couple of nice touches such as some southern rock influences but all in all besides "Walk with me in hell" and "Descending" the music steadily gets choppier and less fluid. This is just me but if you are a new fan don't judge this band on this record alone I beg you to go pick up "As The Palaces Burn" or "Ashes Of The Wake". If you have been a fan all along like me watch the video for "Redneck" and tell me that something has not gone horribly wrong in this band.
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HASH(0x97c47b84) étoiles sur 5 Over-produced but interesting 2 septembre 2006
Par A. Bennett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Each member of Lamb of God took a step forward on this album musically, but the result lacks the raw edge that made their previous albums great. The "special edition" dvd documentary sheds light on why: the band is older and more mature, and Machine had a huge impact on how the album sounds. Randy is nuts, and his vocal work is really spectacular - ever try screaming like he does? The music isn't all bad, either - great drumming and guitar work all around. But the album infuses too much of Machine's high production into Lamb of God's cutting sound, diminishing it. Randy also puts too much audience participation in the lyrics - I really don't see big venues responding "hell no" for verse after verse. No way the band thought keyboards were a cool idea until late in the going - or maybe "way" and really these guys are just a bunch of quasi-prog softies. Either way, the album has some catchy stuff on it and the DVD shows that their next album may be worse, or better, depending on whether they move further into Lamb of God, Inc. territory or regain their spirit.
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HASH(0x97c47884) étoiles sur 5 Beating on Death's (METAL) Door! (4 3/4) 22 août 2006
Par Sunshine the Werewolf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
LAMB OF GOD - Sacrament
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The flag-bearers of the New Wave of American Metal movement are back with their latest album `Sacrament'. This album seems to bring into perspective a much broader range of `Lamb of God' sound then their previous efforts. Generally speaking this is a blessing but a few points on the album it is a bit of a curse.

To start, I can more then appreciate their ambition to `experiment' with some new styles, take for example Randy's broadened vocal range... songs like `Again We Rise' and `Descending' are a perfect example of improved vocals, whereas `Redneck' is little more than petty Anselmo-worship. The guitar riffs have become more creative and brought in a greater amount of melody. (Atonal melody but melody none the less...) Will Adler and Mark Morton guitar's intertwine and ply very well off one and other. The drum work is even more fanatical and precise! Chris Adler is a genius behind the kit and is really the glue that holds this album few weak spots together. Surprising, John Campbell's bass is brought out nice in the mix and actually shines in a few spots in the album.

Overall I feel this is the logical step for LOG... After the successful `Ashes of the Wake' who cannot be more than happy with a band that still puts out this uncompromisingly heavy music!

I was pessimistic after hearing their first single Redneck, but after upon hearing the full album I've regained faith in Lamb of God and the NWoAM scene.

Favorite Songs: Descending, Again We Rise, Beating on Death's Door, and Blacken the Cursed Sun
-4.75 Stars

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