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Watch Lamb Of God’s new video for Ghost Shaped People

Lamb Of God have released a new video for recent single Ghost Shaped People, taken from the upcoming deluxe edition of their 2020 self-titled record.

Following the recent release of awesome single Ghost Shaped People, Lamb Of God have now unveiled the track’s accompanying music video – a mixture of the band performing plus a man’s journey into the afterlife”.

Ghost Shaped People is taken from LoG’s upcoming deluxe edition of last year’s 4/5‑rated self-titled record. Discussing the release – which also comes with a new live album, Live In Richmond, VA – guitarist Willie Adler explains, This album is something I’m incredibly proud of.

Read this: The 20 greatest Lamb Of God songs – ranked

Throughout the process of writing, recording, and the subsequent filming of the livestream, I knew we were creating much more than a collection of songs. Much more than a simple streamed performance. This was focused energy. Energy that, to me, is very tangible. And now, more than ever, in an era where human interaction is so limited, art… be it music, visual, or otherwise, is a human connection point. And we need as much of that as possible! I hope everyone enjoys this as much as we enjoyed creating it. Thank you.”

The release is due out on March 26 via Nuclear Blast. Pre-order it here, and watch Ghost Shaped People:

Posted on February 19th 2021, 2:00p.m.
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