View Full Version : Lamb of God -- Pittsburgh, PA -- September 23rd, 2009

09-23-2009, 11:28 PM
Venue-The Amphitheater at Station Square

First off I've been a big Lamb of God fan every since ashes of the wake came out but I've never been able to see them so I was looking forward to this show for a long time. I didn't watch Job For A Cowboy since I've seen them 5 times already and they've been playing the same songs all summer. I got there right as Gwar's Behind the Murder video was playing and I have to say for not being a big fan of their music Gwar puts on a hell of a show.
Finally Lamb of God came out to many loud chants and cheers. They were amazing from start to finish. Doc from God Forbid was filling in for Mark who was taking care of personal stuff @ home.
Here's their set:
The Passing --> In Your Words**
Set To Fail
Walk With Me In Hell**
Now You've Got Something To Die For
Dead Seeds
Broken Hands
Laid To Rest
Black Label

**I filmed these songs and posted them here (http://www.youtube.com/user/cibobary8766)
Overall it was an awesome show and Lamb of God lived up to all my expectations even with a fill-in guitarist. Chris Adler is a machine and Randy Blythe is one of the best front men in modern metal. I will definitely make it a point to see these guys again.
Peace Out

09-24-2009, 12:06 AM
When I saw Lamb of God at Gigantour they blew me away this must have been one hell of a show.

09-24-2009, 04:06 PM
No Hourglass
No Vigil
No Blacken the Cursed Sun

Sure is shitty set in here

11-08-2009, 07:48 AM
they had Hourglass at my show in Milwaukee. they even threw in the title track from As The Palaces Burn. I got a great set. even the above aint to shabby

11-08-2009, 09:47 AM
No Hourglass
No Vigil
No Blacken the Cursed Sun

Sure is shitty set in here

This has been the standard set for most of the tour and these three have been played during the course of it but just not every night. There was a set from the other night that had Hourglass and Palaces in it. The exclusion of these three doesn't make it a bad set at all. They're playing 15 songs and it's all those songs that make the setlist good.

It just doesn't make sense to me to base the worth of a set on just a few songs it's not two or three songs that make a set good it's how all the songs the band plays go together and how good it sounds.