Who Sang Remorse Is for the Dead? Lamb of God

Lamb of God Ashes of the Wake cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Chris Adler, David Randall Blythe, John Campbell, Mark Morton, Will Adler
release date: 2004-8-30
genres: Rock
styles: Metalcore/Heavy Metal/Thrash
length: 5:40
The dirty lord of the manor surveys his filthy domain
Too many nights raising hell worked a little all too well.

Constructed a monument to denial and excess
Sunk so low, crawled so far back there's nowhere left to regress.

If these walls could talk, they would tell a horror story
Never-ending winter, violence and infidelity
Shadows fall through broken panes
Careless words that are filled with hate
Just enough to keep it together, never enough to make it work.

All the tongues here are forked.
We are a hailstorm of broken glass, follow the path of least expectance.
A huge stinking pile of sick, pile it higher and higher.
Light the match, start the fire.

Level this place and take us with it.
Surroundings are irate.
Crack of dawn brings naught but pain.
Resentment steadily grows.
Laughing in the gallows.
Full throttle determined to fail, pedal to the metal asleep at the wheel.

We are the lucky ones, welcome home.
Poisoned nerves and a bloody antidote
Violence is not an aberration, it's a rule.
Dying beyond the pale.

Your beatings will continue until my morale improves.
I don't hate you, I'm just roving an enemy.
Remorse is for the dead, my enemy.
Remorse is for the dead

CD 1
  • 1 Laid to Rest
  • 2 Hourglass
  • 3 Now You've Got Something to Die For
  • 4 The Faded Line
  • 5 Omerta
  • 6 Blood of the Scribe
  • 7 One Gun
  • 8 Break You
  • 9 What I've Become
  • 10 Ashes of the Wake
  • 11 Remorse Is for the Dead