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Tag Archives: Randy Blythe

Is Lamb of God planning a big summer tour?

Posted by on December 20, 2017

Virginia’s favorite, Lamb of God has been taking some time off since their almost never ending tour cycle. The band has almost been constantly active since frontman, Randy Blythe was released from Czech prison, which almost left the band bankrupt. Fortunately, the band is now able to relax and take some time off but Blythe […]

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Randy Blythe and Trent Reznor share their thoughts on president Donald Trump

Posted by on July 26, 2017

Lamb of God are currently on the road with Slayer and Behemoth, and we were at their recent show in Philly this past Sunday (23). Yahoo caught up with frontman Randy Blythe to discuss following Slayer and his thoughts on president Donald Trump. It wasn’t too long ago when Blythe compared politics to the classic […]

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Watch Randy Blythe lay down some Johnny Cash for Devildriver covers album

Posted by on May 25, 2017

Over the years, Devildriver have built up some cred in the metal community, which is something that will be on display when they release their country covers album. Guests including Glenn Danzig, Fear’s Lee Ving and Rob Zombie’s John 5 will appear on the album, And Farfara has said that the album would include a […]

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Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe weighs in on Manchester bombing

Posted by on May 23, 2017

Yesterday evening, a horrific act of terrorism was carried out in Manchester, UK as music fans left an Ariana Grande show. As the 2015 Bataclan massacre proved, soft targets like concerts, where non-political music fans are going to have fun can prove to be an opportune target for terrorists. Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe […]

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Randy Blythe compares 2017 politics to ‘Planet of the Apes’

Posted by on March 21, 2017

Since January 20th, we have seen a divided America. Each week we have a new song or video expressing certain feelings about Donald Trump as our President, and there are even artists that support him. Parodies and emo songs have made for comedic relief.  With that said, Rolling Stone recently interviewed Lamb of God frontman Randy […]

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Body Count premiere new song “No Lives Matter”

Posted by on February 18, 2017

Last week we found out, Body Count are releasing the long anticipated album Bloodlust on March 31 via Century Media, featuring guest appearances from Randy Blythe (Lamb of God), Max Cavalera (Soulfly) and Dave Mustaine (Megadeth). We knew that they would premiere the new song “No Lives Matter” today, and thanks to Loudwire, the time has […]

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Body Count’s ‘Bloodlust’ cover art, track listing revealed

Posted by on February 7, 2017

While it’s listed as “currently unavailable,” a search for Body Count’s Bloodlust on Amazon reveals album artwork and a release date.  The album will be coming out on March 31st on Century Media. “No Lives Matter,” which Ice-T previewed while filming a video for the track, will be making it’s online debut next Friday (17). It […]

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Suicide Silence get cleaner with “Silence”

Posted by on February 2, 2017

If there’s one thing that we’d already known about Suicide Silence’s forthcoming self-titled album, it’s that there was going to be lots of clean vocals on it. And if there’s one thing that longtime fans of the band knew, it’s that they didn’t like the first track, “Doris,” much at all. Today, the band released […]

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Best Music Videos of the Week Ending 1/20

Posted by on January 20, 2017

Whether we like it or not, inauguration day has arrived and the United States is split between those in mourning and celebratory moods. What we can do is move away from politics and switch to what videos premiered this week. Here are this week’s top five. 5) Hellyeah,  “Love Falls” Hellyeah surprised us today with […]

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Interview: Alex Skolnick, publisher Tom Bejgrowicz talk ‘Unbuilt’ magazine

Posted by on January 17, 2017

With so much of 2016 being about things going away, it was nice to hear about something being created instead, which is why it was refreshing to hear about Unbuilt. In a world where print journalism continues to shrink almost daily, a culture and lifestyle publication magazine that’s only available physically is an attention-grabber. Then there’s the names […]

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