Lamb of God
Knotfest Australia Sideshows
with Brand of Sacrifice
ALL TIX: 99.90
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Across their career Lamb Of God have grown from basement shows and grimy DIY venues to headline arenas. The ‘New Wave of American Heavy Metal architects have earned a reverence akin to musical forefathers (and road companions) Metallica, Slayer, and Megadeth.
Timeless songs like 'Laid to Rest,' 'Redneck,' 'Walk with Me in Hell,' and 'Now You've Got Something to Die For' became anthems in the heavy metal songbook, with gargantuan vocals born from both righteous anger and devotion and unrivalled riffs for the ages.
The Grammy-nominated goliath followed 2020's self-titled full-length with a vicious New Testament ‘Omens’ in 2022. Riding high on an insatiable drive, a focused collective camaraderie, and a creative renaissance ‘Omens’ shows that even as the state of the world descends, the state of the union of Lamb Of God remains strong.
Since 2018, Toronto-based deathcore quintet Brand Of Sacrifice have been imprinting their mark on the heavy music scene. Dubbed ‘The Branded Ones,’ the group’s fans joined and marched with them as they tore across the globe in support of their sophomore album "Lifeblood", which debuted on 8 separate Billboard charts and earned them a Juno nomination for Metal Album of the Year. Other highlights included slots on highly anticipated tours with artists like Spiritbox and We Came as Romans, as well as appearances overseas at Wacken, Summer Breeze, Dynamo Festival and more.
Brand Of Sacrifice have pushed the envelope even further with their next release 'Between Death and Dreams'. With production even more cinematic, exemplified by massive choral soundscapes, brutal breakdowns, and quite a few surprises along the way, the EP is an exceptional evolution of their sound. Across their releases to date, Brand Of Sacrifice have hit 50 million streams and 10 million YouTube views. The band draws its name from the popular anime series Berserk by Kentaro Miura. Fans at any Brand Of Sacrificeshow will be familiar with set-closer “Eclipse” and its ending chant of, “Welcome to the new age.” With 'Between Death and Dreams', and now with more new music on the way, it’s evident the band have ushered in yet another, even fresher era from which there is no turning back.