Odds are pretty good that if you're a Lamb of God fan, you've already zeroed in on the month of July, as that's when the band's recently announced next album will arrive. They've already announced that VII: Sturm Und Drang would be the title of the disc, but there's a few more details that they've now revealed.

The group has unveiled the track listing for their seventh studio album. Following on the heels of the recently revealed song "Still Echoes," which kicks off the album, the group unveiled the titles of the other nine songs. Look for "Erase This," "512," "Embers," "Footprints," "Overlord," "Anthropoid," "Engage the Fear Machine," "Delusion Pandemic" and "Torches" to be in contention to be your new favorite Lamb of God songs. The full track listing as part of the back side artwork can be seen below along with the album's front cover art.

In addition, Lamb of God have announced the variety of bundle options available for the pre-order of their VII: Sturm Und Drang disc. They range from the "everything bundle" (that includes the deluxe CD or LP, a 7" vinyl single of bonus tracks, a signed album art lithography, a t-shirt, hoodie, cassette and sticker set and retails for $175) to the standard digital download (which retails for $11.98). Check out all of the options, located for pre-order at this location.

As stated, Lamb of God recently debuted their new song "Still Echoes." Frontman Randy Blythe recently told Rolling Stone that the concept for the track was to provide a history of Pankrac Prison in the Czech Republic where he was jailed while awaiting a hearing on his manslaughter charge arrest in 2013.

He explained, “There was a guillotine right down the hall from me, from when the Nazis had the prison. From 1943 to 1945 they executed almost 2,000 people by the guillotine, because it was cheaper than shooting and quicker than hanging … They call it the Pankrác ‘Saw Room’ or the ‘Axe Room.’ I sat there at night, and I’d think about all those dudes that got their heads chopped off -- men and women -- in that place not too far from me.”

Look for Lamb of God returning to the road this summer, sharing stages with Slipknot, Bullet for My Valentine and Motionless in White.

Lamb of God, VII: Sturm Und Drang Track Listing

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Lamb of God, VII: Sturm Und Drang Album Art

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