Lamb of God will take to the airwaves tomorrow as they stream a full concert performance from their set at Resurrection Festival in Spain last summer. The stream will début this Friday, March 27 at 3 p.m. EDT/12 noon PDT on Slipknots’s Knotfest website at the link below. Guitarist Mark Morton will also join fans online to chat for a bit during the première. Continue reading
Mark Morton (Lamb of God) has shared a new music video for his cover of Pearl Jam’s 1990s grunge classic ‘Black’. The track comes from /mark’s just-released EP Ether out now via Rise Records. Watch it now! Continue reading
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Mark Morton (Lamb of God) has shared a new single from us upcoming mostly acoustic Ether EP, due next week on January 17th via Rise Records. ‘All I Had To Lose’ ft. Mark Morales is a soulful unplugged jam. In addition to his work in Lamb of God and his soundtrack work, Ether looks to be a much more personal and intimate bunch of songs compared with 2019’s Anesthetic record. Watch the visualizer for the track now! Continue reading
Lamb of God will release a fifteen Anniversary Edition of their classic album Ashes of The Wake (Reprise). Pre-sales have launched at the links below for expanded vinyl. The album is set to be re-released on double-vinyl with four non-LP tracks, including the B-Side ‘Another Nail For Your Coffin’ and three previously unreleased demos. Each double-vinyl will include a download card, and is manufactured on limited Green Smoke vinyl for the Lamb Of God store only! A digital version will also be available on all DSP’s. Additional retailers will carry standard black vinyl. The band kicks the next leg of Slayer’s farewell tour May 2nd. Continue reading
Solo projects are notoriously difficult. Sometimes they are born of internal conflict within a band leading to splintering factions looking to pave their own way. More often than not it proves that a part is not greater than the sum of the whole: who can honestly say they prefer Serj Tankian’s solo work to the output of System of a Down? They can also be the result of an ego attack, a misplaced sense of superiority with often disastrous results. Lamb Of God’s Mark Morton, however, seems to fall into neither category, so his debut solo release, Anesthetic (WPP/Spinefarm Records) can only be viewed as a long-awaited labour of love. Continue reading
As the chaotic decade of the aughts was closing down, metal’s upper echelon of bands was never in better hands. Few bands embodied the changing of the guard like Richmond Virginia’s Lamb of God who ushered in the decade with New American Gospel (Prosthetic) after famously changing their name from Burn The Priest and really reset the bar of possibility for modern, popular metal bands. The upper tier of genre greats were struggling to find themselves, so along with other leaders of the era such as Mastodon, Gojira, Amon Amarth, and Machine Head, LoG spearheaded a new generation. The five albums (and one live album/DVD) the band put down in ten years really each marked their own distinct high point for the band. Wrath (Epic/Roadrunner) arrived with fanfare and expectations higher than ever. Three years after the slickly produced Sacrament, the band was craving the rawer, more direct approach of their earlier albums and went with producer Josh Wilbur at the helm. Of course, their musicianship was never higher and lyrically the album would touch on timeless themes of American politics, religion, fear-mongering, desperation, anger at systematic injustice, addiction, and self-analysis. Continue reading