Watch the Documentary from the Tenth Anniversary Edition of Lamb of God’s As the Palaces Burn
Lamb of God’s remixed and remastered tenth anniversary edition of As the Palaces Burn is out today, and it comes up with a hardy endorsement from MetalSucks. But if you still need incentive to check this thing out, check this thing out: Doug Spangenberg’s retrospective documentary about the making of the album, which comes with the reissue as a bonus DVD, is now streaming in full over at Qello.
And as I said in my review, it’s a must-watch for LoG fans. There’s a lot of great insights into the making of the album, a lot of great, good ol’ fashioned dish, and a lot of sad reminders that we’re all getting old at an incredibly fast pace.
So, yeah. Two thumbs up. We laughed, we cried, we hurled. A feel-good film for the whole family. Wickedly funny. A crackerjack thrillride. Smart, sexy, and cool. Devin Townsend delivers a career-defining performance. Nominated for six Oscars, including Best Foreign Language Film. All that stuff.
Watch it here. The tenth anniversary edition of Lamb of God’s As the Palaces Burn was remixed and remastered by Josh Wilbur, and is out now on Prosthetic/Razor & Tie.