Lamb Of God vocalist Randy Blythe always seems very thoughtful and well-spoken in his reactions to the goings on of the day. In a new interview with Loudwire, Blythe said he feels like people are usually too quick to comment on current events. Blythe added that especially with the recent election and the ensuing chaos, […]
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Earlier this year, Richmond groove metal legends Lamb Of God announced their first signature coffee blend, named ‘Memento Mori.’ The coffee was a collaboration with Nightflyer Roastworks, spearheaded by guitarist and self-proclaimed coffee nerd Willie […]
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No band sounds quite like a Friday night than Clutch. For nearly 30 years now, Maryland’s grooviest rock export have made ass-shaking boogie-metal that perfectly embodies the moment of abandon that comes with facing the […]
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Clutch has reworked their 1992 track “Passive Restraints” as a part of their Weathermarker Vault Series. The new version features Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe, which Clutch vocalist Neil Fallon said was inspired by a performance of the song at Copenhell. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. “‘Passive Restraints’ wasContinue Reading

One King Down/Most Precious Blood/Take Life vocalist Rob Fusco discusses the craft of lyric writing and execution with a variety of his extreme music contemporaries from Napalm Death, Lamb of God, Lingua Ignota and more.
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