LAMB OF GOD's RANDY BLYTHE: Video Report Of Photo-Exhibit Opening

May 4, 2015

LAMB OF GOD singer Randy Blythe opened his first photography exhibit, "D. Randall Blythe: Show Me What You're Made Of", this past Saturday (May 2) at Sacred Gallery NYC in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. The show features dozens of images captured on the road and in Blythe's hometown of Richmond, Virginia.

A seven-minute video report on the exhibition opening from Metal Injection can be seen below.

"I've been lucky enough to travel literally around the world several times for my job, and for the last few years I have carried a camera with me everywhere I go," stated Blythe.

"'Show Me What You're Made Of' [showcases] fine art prints of what I consider to be some of the most striking images that I have collected, both at home and during my travels. The body of work is quite diverse, and in an attempt to highlight that diversity, all the photos [are] shown in custom made frames made of reclaimed wood, adding to the individuality of each piece. The frames are made by my friend, Richmond, Virginia musician Greta Brinkman (former bassist for Moby, the Deborah Harry band, WHITE CROSS, and currently with RVA doom merchants DRUG LORD)."

In addition to his work with LAMB OF GOD, Blythe is the author of the forthcoming memoir "Dark Days" (to be published July 2015 by Perseus/Da Capo Press in the USA, and Random House in the U.K. and associated territories),a music critic at the highly acclaimed, has acted in movies filmed in America and Asia, and periodically composes music for the Richmond Ballet.


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