Burn The Priest>>LAMB OF GOD - USA

New American Gospel – 2000 - Prosthetic
As The Palaces Burn – 2003 – Prosthetic
Ashes of the Wake – 2004 – Epic
Killadelphia – 2005 – Epic
Sacrament – 2006 – Epic
Wrath – 2009 - Epic
Resolution – 2012 - Roadrunner
VII: Sturm Und Drang – 2015 – Nuclear Blast


  
 
Members

S= Furious George, Halo Of Locusts, Eyehategod>>D. RANDALL BLYTHE>>Eyehategod
G= Fatty Love, Corntooth>>MARK ''DUANE'' MORTON - WILLIE ADLER
B= Fatty Love>>JOHN CAMPBELL
D= Jettison Charlie, Grouser, El Tigre, EvilDeathInc., Machinations Of Dementia, Protest The Hero, Megadeth>>CHRIS ADLER>>Machinations Of Dementia, Protest The Hero, Megadeth



History

This Virginian crossover band was formed in 1990 as Burn The Priest, but it was only when it did a complete u-turn name-wise that it was met with some success. Lamb Of God is a euphemism for Jesus. The band issued a demo and signed with Prosthetic Records. Its debut album, New American Gospel, was out in 2000 and established the band as a left-leaning new force in metal and hardcore. The album was supported through a video for the song Black Label.

As The Palaces Burn was produced by Devin Townsend at Montana Studio and featured an appearance by former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland. The band gained a major label contract when it signed to Epic Records in the USA. A DVD called Terror And Hubris was issued at this time. Ashes Of The Wake had the band touring with Children Of Bodom. The album featured Chris Poland and landed in the Billboard charts. The group toured as part of Ozzfest in 2004. Adler was in and out of Machinations Of Dementia in 2005, a band, which also featured Cannibal Corpse’s Alex Webster. The group toured as part of Gigantour in 2006. Sacrament landed in the Billboard Top 10.

The group signed with Roadrunner Records in 2008 and was to issue a DVD in July. The thrashers picked Wrath as the title for the 2009 album. The record was issued in February by Epic in America and Roadrunner in Europe. Guitarist Mark Morton was not with the band during the last six shows of the band’s European tour in the summer of 2009 as his wife was expecting a baby. Unearth’s Buz McGrath would fill in for the shows. Lamb Of God played its first show in China on Sunday, April 11th, 2010 at Star Live in Beijing. A planned Shanghai show was never licensed. Lamb Of God singer Randy Blythe was held in Prague, Czech Republic after pushing a fan back from the stage more than two years ago. Daniel N. had jumped the stage, reportedly, for a third time. Blythe’s bail was set at $200,000. A Prague Municipal Court dismissed the Prague State Attorney's Office complaint against Lamb Of God singer Randy Blythe's release on bail. However, the court increased Blythe's bail from $200,000, which had already been deposited, to $400,000, reportedly equivalent to twice Randy's annual income. After return shows with singer Randy Blythe at Knotfest in August Lamb Of God has announced an autumn tour starting October 30th in Phoenix, Arizona with In Flames, Hellyeah and Sylosis opening at various stages. Canadian band Protest The Hero, which was successful with an Indiegogo campaign to fund a new album, lost drummer Moe Carlson. Lamb Of God's Chris Adler stepped in during the summer of 2013 to record with the band. According to Czech Republic's High Court Lamb Of God singer Randy Blythe was "not guilty" in connection with the death of a fan three years prior. Singer Randy Blythe uploaded a short film called Prague: The Devil Is The Details, which he had shot earlier in 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic while he was on trial for manslaughter. Doh! Lamb Of God's previously announced September 28th, 2013 show in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia had been canceled since the band's show was announced to be infringing on the religious rules of Malaysia. The band would release a tenth-anniversary edition of its As The Palaces Burn album in November. Producer Josh Wilbur worked on the re-release. The band was touring with Testament and Killswitch Engage next. Lamb Of God's bassist John Campbell left the band's North American tour due to a family emergency. His stand-in was Matt DeVries of Fear Factory. Da Capo Press announced June 24th, 2014 as the North American release date for vocalist Randy Blythe's memoir, Dark Days: My Tribulation And Trials. Guitarist Mark Morton of Lamb Of God was sitting out the band's current European tour due to a "family emergency." Filling in for him was Paul Waggoner of Between The Buried And Me. Lamb Of God announced a hiatus for activities following the current tour. Randy Blythe was composing music for the Richmond Ballet. In mid-2014, Randy Blythe deigned to inform his fan base that he had scalded his penis while drinking coffee. Megadeth hired drummer Chris Adler to play for the band on its new album. Megadeth and Lamb Of God would co-headline a UK tour in November, 2015. Children Of Bodom and Sylosis would open. Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler was to pull double duty on the tour following being recruited by Megadeth. VII: Sturm Und Drang, the new full-length album, hit position number one in the charts in Canada. Lamb Of God would embark on a U.S. tour in January of 2016 with support from Anthrax. Lamb Of God cancelled its remaining dates of its European tour due to "security concerns" following the Paris shooting. The support acts Children Of Bodom and Sylosis, however, would continue the trek. Clutch announced a 2016 North American tour dates as guest to Lamb Of God. The tour started May 3rd in New Orleans at the Orpheum and featured Corrosion Of Conformity on all dates. Randy Blythe would fill in for Eyehategod singer Mike IX Williams on the band’s tour with Discharge and Toxic Holocaust in 2016. Phil of Down was most recently signing for Eyehategod as a fill-in. The band released an EP called The Duke in December. The EP’s title track, which was recorded during the recording for the VII: Sturm Und Drang album, was inspired by a band fan named Wayne Ford who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2010 and died in 2015 at the age of 33. Slayer, Lamb Of God and Behemoth would tour the USA in the summer of 2017.

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