Lamb of God are one of the biggest metal acts to emerge in the 21st century and they've acquired a legion of die-hard fans worldwide, but even the most prideful of fans must bow down to YouTuber Paschalis Theotokis. In the video above, he performs a seven minute medley, tackling every Lamb of God song, a whopping 75 in total, from all seven of their studio albums. What, no love for Burn the Priest!?

All joking aside, this video is an impressive feat, especially because Theotokis changes his appearance to mirror singer Randy Blythe's at the time each album was released. For a closer comparison, he places a box in the top left corner to display Blythe's look at the time. Beginning with "Black Label" off the band's debut, New American Gospel, he tears through each song, screaming and barking his way through short bits all the way through "Torches," the closing track on Lamb of God's latest album, 2015's Sturm und Drang.

This isn't the first time Theotokis has put himself up to the challenge of performing a medley of a band's entire recorded output, nor the second! In fact, this is the fourth video to get the treatment as he previously took on Machine Head, Trivium and Metallica.

Lamb of God have already wrapped up one 2016 tour in support of Sturm und Drang and will be heading back out on the road at the tail of April. The run, which will feature Clutch and Corrosion of Conformity, will be dotted with festival appearances and come to a close at the Bonnaroo festival on June 11. For a full list of dates, visit our 2016 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

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