LAMB OF GOD Talks About Playing OZZFEST, Touring; Video Available

"Uranium", which is exclusively available on Fuse on Demand, recently sat down with LAMB OF GOD to talk about playing Ozzfest, the road to success, and getting nominated for a Grammy Award. The episode is available all June long only on Fuse On Demand.

Watch a clip of the episode below:

LAMB OF GOD will world-premier the full-length feature from its brand-new two-DVD set "Walk With Me In Hell" at Chelsea Cinemas in New York City on June 30 at 7:00 p.m., with the full band in attendance. Fans can get their ticket to the premiere by pre-ordering the special double DVD bundle while supplies last. Seats are limited, so visit NOW!

"Walk With Me In Hell" features all-access footage from the bus to the stage and everything in between, and like the bands unrelenting music, never lets up.

"Walk With Me In Hell" was directed by Doug Spangenberg, who has also directed the platinum-awarded "Killadelphia" DVD, plus LAMB OF GOD's first DVD, "Terror and Hubris".


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