Lamb of God are an American metal outfit hailing from Richmond, Virginia. The group consists of frontman Randy Blythe, guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler, drummer Chris Adler, and bassist John Campbell, and was formed in 1990.
Formerly known as Burn the Priest, Lamb of God create a unique and eclectic blend of all ends of the metal spectrum, such as death metal, thrash, and punk - though they’re most commonly defined as ‘groove metal’.
Lamb of God would go on to release their debut LoG album, ‘New American Gospel’, in 2000, and soon started to build up a cult fanbase, before breaking into the metal mainstream - their 2004 effort ‘Ashes of the Wake’ hit #27 in the US, and was followed-up by records peaking at #8 and #2.
Renowned for their incredibly raw sounds and their intense live shows (if you're soft-hearted, stay clear of the Wall of Death!), Lamb of God returned with their latest LP, 'VII: Sturm und Drang', in July 2015, before co-headlining UK and Ireland dates alongside Megadeth in November.
2016 saw the heavyweights touring across the US from December to February, alongside Anthrax. After that, they headed out on their own headline North American tour in May and June, before reaching Australia to support Slipknot on tour, as well as playing two intimate headline shows of their own.
Lamb of God we'll be carrying on with their constant touring in 2017, this time sharing a North American tour with the legendary Slayer and Behemoth. They also play a number of off-tour headline shows across North America, with Behemoth in support at those shows to. Check below to find tickets through Stereoboard.
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Thu 24th May 2018
Gurn. Swear at the audience. Tell them to do a circle pit. This heavy metal stuff is a serious business. But ‘Legion: XX’ is not serious. Here, Virginian metal masterminds Lamb Of God have temporarily reverted to their original moniker, Burn The Priest, in order to have a shitload of fun covering their favourite bands.