Tag Archives: Mark Morton

Devildriver has lined up Danzig, members of Fear, Lamb of God for country covers album

Posted by on May 2, 2017

We’ve been aware that DevilDriver is in the process of working on an album of country covers. It’ll be outlaw country, which is a genre that’s been mined by Phil Anselmo and his former bandmate Hank 3 before, and it seemed at the time that it had the potential to be a fun record. However, […]

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Linkin Mark? Chester Bennington in studio with Lamb of God’s Mark Morton

Posted by on April 12, 2017

Linkin Park seem to be interested in putting their nu-metal past behind them. Hell, from the sound of the first two singles from their forthcoming album One More Light, they’re much more interested in becoming a pop band. “Heavy” isn’t very heavy, nor is “Battle Symphony,” but if the band’s doing what they want to do, […]

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Lamb of God’s Mark Morton releases solo track

Posted by on January 25, 2016

Although Lamb of God is still a priority for guitarist Mark Morton, he’s managed to have some fun with side projects, like the one he did with Dez Fafara a few years back. Yesterday, as a large portion of the Northeast dug themselves out from one of the biggest blizzards in history, Morton released “SnowBound,” […]

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Hurdy-gurdy cover of Lamb of God’s “Grace” shreds

Posted by on October 2, 2015

A Polish hurdy-gurdy player by the name of Helvetion  recently got the approval from Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton for her cover of their song “Grace.” The folky sound perfectly compliments the lighter intro, but prepare yourself for when the heavy kicks in because she has some chops and doesn’t hold back. Feel free […]

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Lamb of God, DevilDriver and Battlecross members aren’t ‘Keeping Secrets’

Posted by on June 20, 2014

Back in 2012, we first heard about Born of the Storm, the project featuring Lamb of God’s Mark Morton, DevilDriver’s Dez Fafara and drummer Kevin Talley, who toured with Battlecross in 2013. We heard two songs, “Dust” and “Nowhere Fast.” And then… nothing. We were pretty psyched for the band, which featured Fafara singing clean, […]

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The metal community reacts to Dave Brockie’s passing

Posted by on March 24, 2014

With the news of Oderus’ aka Dave Brockie’s death, there have been many different reactions from metal bands, musicians, and celebrities all across the internet. We’ve compiled a few of the many tributes:         Mark Morton (Lamb of God): I’m so lucky to have known Dave Brockie. Godspeed my friend. We love you. […]

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Review: Even though we know outcome, ‘As the Palaces Burn’ is a compelling film

Posted by on February 13, 2014

Lamb of God’s first theatrical release, As the Palaces Burn, begins as it ends, in Richmond, Virginia. As gritty footage of the blue collar state capitol fills the screen, vocalist Randy Blythe scrambles onto a bridge and makes his way over the James River. Describing himself as a “dirtbag down by the river,” he states he […]

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Randy Blythe on Mark Morton: family first

Posted by on January 8, 2014

Not that you’d want to, but you can’t keep Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe away from Instagram even if you did. In addition to spotlighting his excellent photography, Blythe essentially uses the social media service as his diary, essentially keeping a tour diary, or in last year’s case, a check-in throughout his trial and imprisonment. With […]

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Between The Buried And Me’s Paul Waggoner Steps In For Mark Morton On Lamb of God’s European Tour

Posted by on January 7, 2014

Lamb of God started their European tour in Vienna last night short one member as guitarist Mark Morton is sitting out the first few shows of the tour due to a family emergency. Filling in for Morton is none other than Paul Waggoner from Between The Buried and Me, which, if you’re at all familiar […]

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Lamb of God respond to Malaysia concert ban, invite anyone to debate on their music

Posted by on September 4, 2013

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has responded to the cancellation of the band’s concert in Kuala Lumpur by the Malaysian government who refused a permit for the show that had already sold 1500 tickets. Lamb of God was scheduled to headline the Rockaway Festival in Malaysia before the Department of Islamic Development pushed for their […]

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