LAMB OF GOD: 'Killadelphia' Teaser Posted Online
An online preview/trailer of LAMB OF GOD's upcoming DVD release "Killadelphia" is available at this location (Quicktime).
Due on June 21 via Epic Records, "Killadelphia" consists primarily of footage filmed during the band's two performances at Philadelphia's Trocadero on October 16-17, 2004. Directing the shoot was Doug Spangenberg of High Roller Studios. Extras will include hours of uncensored behind-the-scenes footage taken throughout the "Ashes of Wake" touring cycle. A compressed and chopped section of the cover art can be viewed here.
"Killadelphia" track listing:
02. Laid To Rest
03. On The Road
06. As the Palaces Burn
07. Late To Denver
08. Now You've Got Something To Die For
09. I'm Not Willie!
10. 11th Hour
11. Terror and Hubris
12. The Brandy and Randy Show
14. Wine Soundcheck
16. Death From Above
18. We've Gone Completely Batty!
19. The Faded Line
20. English Coffee
22. Adventures In The UK
23. The Subtle Arts Of Murder And Persuasion
27. What I've Become
29. Black Label
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