2009 album from the American Heavy Metal heads, a release inspired by and based on the 10 plagues from the book of Exodus. After the reflective Sacrament (2006), a deeply personal album that found Blythe exorcising his personal demons, Wrath turns its lyrical focus outward, and returns to more of the breakneck riffing that characterized the band's early material. A change in producers, from Machine to Josh Wilbur, was the kick in the pants that this band needed to recapture its more visceral side. On Wrath, Lamb Of God raise the Thrash bar to a new level. 11 tracks.