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Lamb Of God Reveal Burn The Priest Cover Of Kerosene

They’ve reworked the Big Black classic.

Lamb Of Gods Burn The Priest project have released a brilliant cover of Big Black’s Kerosene.

Big Black is a very important band to me,” explains frontman Randy Blythe. When I was 12 and first listening to punk rock, I thought all punk came from England – but then through skating, I got into Black Flag and Bad Brains. I soon discovered this super-smart American punk rock – very caustic, and deeply sardonic about the murky side of the human experience. That got me into Steve Albini’s future bands Shellac and Rapeman – and all the noisy smart punk rock on labels like AmRep and Touch & Go. Kerosene was one of their biggest songs, if they even had one. It speaks to small-town boredom.”

Kerosene is taken from Burn The Priest’s new Legion: XX album, which is due out May 18 via Nuclear Blast. Pre-order it now at this link, and keep scrolling to check out what other bands you’re going to hear covered on the release. 

The Legion: XX tracklist looks like this:

1. Inherit The Earth (originally performed by The Accused)
2. Honey Bucket (originally performed by Melvins)
3. Kerosene (originally performed by Big Black)
4. Kill Yourself (originally performed by S.O.D.)
5. I Against I (originally performed by Bad Brains)
6. Axis Rot (originally performed by Sliang Laos)
7. Jesus Built My Hotrod (originally performed by Ministry)
8. One Voice (originally performed by Agnostic Front)
9. Dine Alone (originally performed by Quicksand)
10. We Gotta Know (originally performed by Cro-Mags)
11. In The Meantime * (originally performed by Helmet) *on vinyl only

Posted on April 27th 2018, 11:01a.m.
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