Burn The Priest to Unleash new Covers Album Taking Lamb of God Back to Their Roots

Burn The Priest  to Unleash new Covers Album Taking Lamb of God Back to Their Roots
[Press Release] Burn The Priest (aka Lamb of God’s original moniker) will release a new album on May 18, 2018 – titled Legion: XX. The effort will be a 10-track covers album featuring songs from Cro-Mags, Bad Brains, Ministry, Melvins and more. Read more

Lamb of God, Clutch & Corrosion of Conformity Announce North American Tour

Lamb of God, Clutch & Corrosion of Conformity Announce North American Tour
[Press Release] February 9th 2016  – Clutch, the influential heavy rock band from Maryland has just announced new North American tour dates as “special guest of” Lamb Of God. The tour starts May 3rd in New Orleans at the Orpheum and will also feature Corrosion Of Conformity on all dates. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday February 12th.

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Clutch Guitarist Tim Sult Talks ‘Psychic Warfare’, Acoustic Jams Down The Road & Being Due for Getting Booed off Stage

Clutch Guitarist Tim Sult Talks ‘Psychic Warfare’, Acoustic Jams Down The Road & Being Due for Getting Booed off Stage

[Exclusive] I was lucky enough to chat with Clutch guitarist Tim Sult to talk about the band’s upcoming new album ‘Psychic Warfare’, which is due to hit shelves October 2nd. Read my review HERE – where I declare it their finest effort to date. We also touched on what elements the band scrapped during the recording and have planned for the future as well as why nobody ever seems to hate Clutch no matter who they tour with.

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Lamb of God – VII: Sturm und Drang: How a Prison Stint Helped to Inspire The Band’s Strongest Album in Years [Review]

Lamb of God – VII: Sturm und Drang: How a Prison Stint Helped to Inspire The Band’s Strongest Album in Years [Review]

Lamb of God are back with a vengeance on their seventh studio album under that moniker. It’s technically eight if you’re feeling awesome and include their true debut as Burn The Priest (a wicked record that still holds up by the way). Fuelled lyrically by singer Randy Blythe’s 2012 arrest and stay in a lovely Czech Republic prison while he faced manslaughter charges: VII: Sturm und Drang is appropriately the most in depth and emotionally charged offering that Lamb of God has ever produced.

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