LAMB OF GOD Drummer Talks About Touring U.K.; Video Available
Drummer Chris Adler of Richmond, Virginia metallers LAMB OF GOD recently sat down for a chat with the U.K. branch of Roadrunner Records and talked about the band's experiences of touring in the U.K. in view of the group's upcoming visit to the country on the Defenders of the Faith tour. Watch the interview at this location.
In other news, Chris Steffen has penned a piece for RollingStone.com previewing LAMB OF GOD's new album, "Wrath", which will be released in North America on February 24 via Epic Records. The CD will be issued in other territories through Roadrunner Records.
"Wrath" was produced by Josh Wilbur and was recorded in studios in New York, Virginia, and New Hampshire.
LAMB OF GOD will be IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson's guests on February 6 during Bruce's weekly BBC 6 Music radio program, dubbed "The Bruce Dickinson Friday Rock Show". Listen to the broadcast live via the Internet between 9:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight) U.K. time at BBC.co.uk.
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