Mark Morton Posts Score For Lamb Of God Documentary

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Lamb Of God guitarist Mark Morton has released an instrumental piece titled ‘Magdalena,’ which he composed for the band’s forthcoming documentary ‘As The Palaces Burn.’ It can be downloaded by following the link below.
 

Morton posted the following comment on his official Facebook page: “I’ve been working a lot lately on the score to our upcoming documentary film… no release date set yet, but here’s a link to some original music from the score.”
 

‘As The Palaces Burn’ is being directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Don Argott and produced by 9.14 Pictures (Last Days Here, Art of the Steal, Rock School). The film documents the lives of several Lamb Of God fans who are living in some of the most terror-stricken corners of the globe and shows how heavy metal music has helped them to cope.
 

Fans in Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, India, and Israel have already had their chance to feature in the movie.
 

Viewable below is a trailer for the film that was released last year that also featured the video for ‘Desolation,’ Lamb Of God’s second single from their latest album ‘Resolution.’ The clip was shot at shows in South America and Mexico and is the follow-up to the animated video for the track ‘Ghost Walking.’

Click here to hear ‘Magdalena.’
 

2 Responses to Mark Morton Posts Score For Lamb Of God Documentary

  1. Jeff says:

    Can not wait for this documentary, Lamb of God has been a huge part of my life since I first bought As The Palaces Burn. So this will have a bit more sentimentality, Magdalena is a beautiful piece as well.

  2. Sandy Thornsbury says:

    Younger lambs are smaller and more tender. Mutton is meat from a sheep over two years old, and has less tender flesh. In general, the darker the colour, the older the animal. Baby lamb meat will be pale pink, while regular lamb is pinkish-red.:^**

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