Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium and In Flames Tour Rebooked for 2021


Megadeth, Lamb of Godhave just rebooked their highly anticipated co-headlining tour that will cover two-legs in 2021. The North American shows will also feature Trivium and In Flames as direct support for the entire run. This will be Megadeth’s first headlining tour in North America since Dave Mustaine was diagnosed with cancer in 2019 and got a clean bill of health. New dates are listed below.Continue reading


House Of Vans Shares Full Live Performance of Lamb Of God – “Ghost Walking (Live From House of Vans Chicago)”


House of Vans Chicago has released the full live performance of “Ghost Walking (Live From House of Vans Chicago)”. Lamb of God surprised fans with a free show at House of Vans Chicago on February 14, celebrating the announcement of the Virginia metal band’s new self-titled album coming this June 19th. The special event was curated by the band, with Harm’s Way opening the show as special guests and the event also included a photography exhibit featuring photos from D. Randall Blythe that are included in the new Lamb of God album artwork. The band has decided to release footage from the show as a gift to fans who are currently missing seeing live music. The song performed is the inspiration of their new non-alcoholic beer, “Ghost Walker” in collaboration with BrewDog Brewery. Continue reading


Megadeth and Lamb of God Team Up with Trivium and In Flames for Huge Tour


Megadeth and Lamb of Godhave just their highly anticipated co-headlining tour that will take up most of 2020. The North American shows will also feature Trivium and In Flames as direct support for the entire run. This will be Megadeth’s first headlining tour in North America since Dave Mustaine was diagnosed with cancer in 2019. Dave posted a message about the tour!Continue reading


Lamb of God Releases New Album Details and Release Date


Vanguard level Metal band Lamb of God has set a self-titled release Lamb of God for their next album name and a May 8th date via Epic Records in the U.S. and Nuclear Blast Records in Europe. The new album will be the first without co-founder and former drummer Chris Adler who left the band in 2019. He was replaced by Art Cruz (Prong, Winds of Plague). Cruz has been playing with LoG since 2018 and toured with Slayer on their farewell tour for his very first gigs. The record is their first since their comeback album VII: Sturm Und Drang in 2016, which saw them tour the world and become one of the dominant bands in the genre. The first single ‘Checkmate‘ was teased earlier this week and drops tomorrow, Thursday, February 6th.Continue reading