Tag: lamb of god

Lamb of God’s Omens Are Coming to Light

Real talk? The cumulative weight of changing trends, the major-label system and cruel fate have all failed to cushion Lamb of God’s blunt-force velocity. Their latest, Omens (out on Oct 7), is a throttled-out, high-decibel jetstream with a series of cautionary tales and psychic explorations couched inside its 10 songs. Whether addressing ecological ruin, psychological […]

October 5, 2022

Lamb of God Share ‘Routes’ Video

Lamb of God has shared the third song from their upcoming self-titled album. Accompanied by a video, “Routes” is another thunderbolt from the album. According to a release, the song was inspired by singer Randy Blythe’s time spent with native peoples at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota during the No DAPL movement. “I […]

May 29, 2020

Q&A: Randy Blythe on Lamb of God’s New LP, Punk, Politics and CBGB’s Legendary ‘Throne’

Like a lot of Americans, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe is none too impressed with the job our Twitterer-in-Chief’s been doing. Unfortunately, as a prominent musician who actually expresses that discontent, both through his lyricism and in interviews, he’s largely in the minority, begging the question: Why aren’t more rockers critical of the political […]

May 15, 2020