Lamb of God just released their new album, Lamb of God, last Friday via Epic Records (review here, exclusive interview with Willie Adler here). Following the Friday release of their new self-titled album, Lamb of God is connecting with fans through daily online activities today through Thursday, beginning with a “live quarantine video” today on YouTube. The video features three songs recorded by the band live from quarantine. Tune in to watch at the link below.
Ghost Cult had the honor of chatting with Willie Adler of Lamb of God recently, to talk all about the brand new self-titled album, due out on June 19th, 2020. Willie was in high spirits as we broke down the new album together, covering topics from the bands’ approach to the new album, his writing partnership with Mark Morton, how many throwback grooves went into this album, D. Randall Blythe breaking new ground asa singer, the bands’ veteran status in the scene, working with guests such as Chuck Billy of Testament and Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed, Willie’s hand in helping create their non-alcoholic “Ghost Walker Beer”, thoughts on 30 years of LoG history, and much more. You can pre-order the album at this link and listen to our chat below. Continue reading
Even though pop culture and most of the music industry doesn’t care about rock or metal, mainstream critics sometimes surprise you. Ozzy Osbourne’s comeback album, Ordinary Man, (Epic Records, review here:) has been named to Billboard Magazine’s Top 50 Albums of 2020 So Far list from their staff. Extra special in that accolade is that Ozzy has one of only two Rock albums in the list of mainly Pop, Rap, and Dance music albums; the other being by The Strokes. Ordinary Man was produced and written by Andrew Watt, with other writers and performers such as Chad Smith of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Duff McKagan of Guns N Roses on bass, with Sir Elton John on vocals and piano, Slash on lead guitar, Tom Morello (RATM) on guitar and Post Malone!
Lamb of God has taken to social media to share an update with fans about the previously postponed tour with Kreator and Power Trip. The plan now seems to be aiming towards a rescheduled 2021 spring tour, but nothing is confirmed yet. Lamb of God’s new, self-titled album is due out on June 19th via Epic Records. Stay tuned to Ghost cult for more Lamb of God coverage, including an album review and an exclusive interview. Continue reading
Lamb of God has revealed a new guitar playthrough video for the second single from the band’s June 19 self-titled release on Epic Records. Watch the playthrough now, courtesy of Ultimate Guitar at the link below. Continue reading
Lamb of God has dropped a new single from their upcoming self-titled album, ‘New Colossal Hate’! Lamb of God will now release on June 19th via Epic Records (USA) and Nuclear Blast Records (Europe). ‘New Colossal Hate’ is a classic Lamb of God song, brutal and uncompromising. Check it out now! Continue reading
Lamb of God has decided to release their album five weeks later than anticipated. Lamb of God – the new self-titled album from the band will now release on June 19th via Epic Records. The band has issued a statement regarding the release of their upcoming self-titled album and the album’s third single: Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne has shared a sentimental, career-spanning video for the title track to his new album Ordinary Man (Epic Records). Directed by Stephen Lee Carr, the video shows Ozzy looking back at himself over the years. Watch in now! Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne has shared a teaser on social media for his upcoming new music video for the title track to his new album, Ordinary Man (Epic Records). The video will premiere next Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 and the track features Sir Elton John, but no hint yet as to whether the fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will also be in the video. Ozzy has earned the #1 rock album in the entire work, landing in the top spot or top ten in many countries. Continue reading
Ozzy Osbourne’s new album, Ordinary Man (Epic Records), is now the Number One rock record in the world, with Top Ten chart positions in seven countries. It is already the highest-charting album of Ozzy’s entire career. The album has debuted on three Billboard charts including #1 On Top Rock Albums Chart, # 2 Top Album Sales Chart, and #3 On The Top 200. Rock and Metal don’t often factor in the pop charts, but this is still very big deal for the music industry. Continue reading