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This article is about the DVD. For the album, see Killadelphia (album).

Lamb of God - Killadelphia

Lamb of God is a five-piece thrash metal band from Richmond, Virginia, USA with elements of progressive and death metal in their music. ...

Killadelphia (DVD)

Label: Epic
COMING 6/21/2005
Sony/Epic, 2005
Directed by: Doug Spangenberg
Epic Records is a record label launched originally as a jazz and classical music label in 1953 by CBS. Its bright-yellow, black and blue logo became a familiar trademark for many jazz and classical releases. ... Sony Corporation (Japanese katakana: ソニー) (TYO: 6758 , NYSE: SNE) is a global Japanese consumer electronics corporation based in Tokyo, Japan. ...


The disc consists of footage filmed during the bands performance at Philadelphia's Trocadero in October 2004. In addition to the 70+ minute concert footage, Killadelphia includes over 2 hours of uncensored behind-the-scenes footage taken throughout the Ashes of Wake touring cycle.


1. Intro
2. Laid To Rest
3. On The Road
4. Hourglass
5. Goddamn!
6. As the Palaces Burn


7. Late To Denver
8. Now You've Got Something To Die For
9. I'm Not Willie!
10. 11th Hour
11. Terror and Hubris
12. The Brandy and Randy Show


13. Ruin
14. Wine Soundcheck
15. Omerta
16. Death From Above
17. Pariah
18. We've Gone Completely Batty!


19. The Faded Line
20. English Coffee
21. Bloodletting
22. Adventures In The UK
23. The Subtle Arts Of Murder And Persuasion
24. Glasgow


25. Vigil
26. Afterthoughts
27. What I've Become
28. Wrapup
29. Black Label
30. Outro/Credits


Sales Achievement

Killadelphia has currently reached gold sales status


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Lamb Of God: Killadelphia DVD review (339 words)
Killadelphia is a warts and all, good times with the bad, asskicker of a live DVD.
Recorded live at the Trocadero in Philadelphia with backstage footage from various points on the road, this DVD is chock full of goodies to keep your DVD remote working overtime.
No touchy-feely psychotherapy sessions or twelve step mumbo-jumbo here, while bands like Metallica are getting in touch with their inner issues and worrying about stopping recording sessions by 5:00 pm so as not to damage their fragile psyches, Lamb Of God blows by them at 200mph, flying the flag for the new generation of metal.
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