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Now You've Got Something To Die For

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Now you've got something to die for
Infidel
Imperial
Lust for blood
A blind crusade
Apocalyptic
We count the days
Bombs to set the people…

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Lamb of God

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Lamb of God is an American groove metal band, originally formed under the name Burn the Priest. The roots of Lamb of God were planted in the year 1990, when Mark Morton, Chris Adler and Joh… read more
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