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The Sons Of Metal Podcast – Episode #76: A Legion of Automata Caused Issues With Reality

CHR and Doug keep things a little simpler this month with a look at new albums from NYC hardcore legends Madball and Lamb of God’s covers album under their old Burn The Priest moniker. Things get significantly more complex in the indie segment with Portugal’s Dallian, but everything ends well with some classic line-up Black Sabbath in Heavy Metal Valhalla. http://media.blubrry.com/sonsofmetal/s/www.sonsofmetalpodcast.com/mp3/SOM076.mp3  

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Alternative Press – LAMB OF GOD RUINED MUSIC

Every music lover has that one good song or album that’s been ruined by a shitty time or person. For Lamb of God frontman, Randy Blythe, there’s one song in particular that lead to a wrecked car, derailed a good date and turned the cinematic classic “Easy Rider” into a panic-inducing wince fest. It’s a song that will forever make Mr. Blythe squirm–the score to a tale of reckless whimsy and backseat hand-holding turned bloody. Buckle up and get ready for one hell of a story as Randy Blythe takes…

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Talk Is Jericho – Strength Beyond Strength: The Life & Times of Vinnie Paul

Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante and Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler join Y2J to pay tribute to their fallen brother, the late, great Vinnie Paul Abbott of Pantera, Damageplan, and Hell Yeah! They share favorite stories and memories about one of the nicest, most hospitable guys in music. They speak to his prowess as a drummer, his incredible relationship with his brother, Darrell “Dimebag” Abbott, his drive to honor his brother’s life and legacy… and of course tell tales about Vin’s crazy old-school limousine, his big breakfasts, and the cabana…

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Discography Discussion Podcast – Episode 071: Lamb Of God with Jon Beatty of Jons Untitled Podcast

On this episode, Geoff couldn’t make it, and Joe’s voice had been stolen by extraterrestrial. Dan stood alone to face the Lamb of God discography on his own. Luckily, when it seemed like all would be lost Jon Beatty of Jons Untitled Podcast stepped in to save the day, and bring Joe’s voice back. Tonight, we discuss Lamb of God’s stylistic choices throughout their career, and touch on Randy Blythe’s manslaughter trial.

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The Jasta Show – Episode 363 – Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God)

We’re ‘Live’ once again in front of an audience, this time with Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God). From Heavy Metal Heaven to childbirth, to the new tour, metal survival and more. Plus we get to your questions as well its an awesome time you guys don’t want to miss. https://rss.art19.com/episodes/64d446e2-68dc-495c-9125-51ac7643a6e8.mp3

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe, DevilDriver’s Dez Fafara Surf in Malibu, Talk Surfing Lifestyle

Back in 2004 while on Ozzfest, Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe kept posting photos of himself attempting to surf. When DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara saw them, he reached out and said they needed to ride the waves together, and they’ve been doing so ever since. Revolver recently joined the two singers in Malibu, California, to get an inside look at their love of surfing and how that love has bonded them together. “Surfing is a lifestyle,” says Fafara, whose family started SunCult, a surfing board, wax and apparel brand.…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe Shares “Secret About Slayer” Pays Tribute

As you know all too well since you’re watching this video right now, Slayer are in the midst of their farewell tour. Lamb of God are one of the bands supporting the momentous trek, and in the clip above, their singer Randy Blythe talks about his personal and professional history with the thrash titans — including why a particular show with them in England stands as one of the two most significant moments in his musical career, and how he sees Slayer’s legacy looking ahead to their retirement.

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Revolver – Randy Blythe on Lamb of God’s Sliang Laos Cover, Homage to Richmond Scene

Lamb of God recently released their badass new covers album, Legion: XX, under their previous moniker Burn the Priest — their one and only record under that name turns 20 this year. We’ve been digging into the LP with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe. The final entry addresses LOG’s take on Sliang Laos’ “Axis Rot,” which was a Mark Morton pick. In the clip above, Blythe talks about how Burn the Priest were very influenced by the Richmond, Virginia, music scene at the time and why…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe on Covering Cro-Mags, Discovering Them via ‘Donahue’

Lamb of God dropped their badass new covers album, Legion: XX, this past Friday (May 18th) under their previous moniker Burn the Priest — their one and only record under that name turns 20 this year. We’ve been digging into the release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe. Next up is LOG’s vicious take on Cro-Mags’ “We Gotta Know,” which was a Mark Morton pick for the LP because his high school band used to cover it. In the clip above, Blythe talks about how he…

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Revolver – Randy Blythe on Lamb of God’s Melvins Cover, Struggle to Get Lyrics Right

Lamb of God dropped their badass new covers album, Legion: XX, this past Friday under their previous moniker Burn the Priest — their one and only record under that name turns 20 this year. We’ve been digging into the release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe. Next up is LOG’s crazy take on Melvins’ “Honey Bucket,” which was guitarist Mark Morton’s pick for the LP. “The Melvins, at times, were unlistenable back in the day,” says Blythe with a laugh. In the clip above, the vocalist…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe on Melodic Cover of Quicksand’s "Dine Alone"

Lamb of God dropped their ripping new covers album, Legion: XX, this past Friday (May 18th) under their previous moniker Burn the Priest — their one and only record under that name turns 20 this year. We’ve been digging into the release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe. Next up is LOG’s melodic take on Quicksand’s “Dine Alone,” which was bassist John Campbell’s pick for the LP. In the clip above, Blythe talks about how he’s psyched for his friend Quicksand bassist Sergio Vega (also of…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe on Insane Cover of Ministry’s “Jesus Built My Hotrod”

Lamb of God dropped their ripping new covers album, Legion: XX, today (May 18th) under their previous moniker Burn the Priest — their one and only record under that name turns 20 this year. We’ve been digging into the release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe. Next up is LOG’s crazy take on Ministry’s “Jesus Built My Hotrod,” which the band recorded in guitarist Mark Morton’s garage. In the clip above, Blythe talks about why the industrial-metal pioneers’ biggest hit (“a song about nothing”) turned out…

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Revolver – Randy Blythe on Lamb of God’s Agnostic Front Cover, “O.G. Godfathers of NYHC”

Lamb of God are gearing up to release a ripping new covers album, Legion: XX, under their previous moniker Burn the Priest — their one and only record under that name turns 20 this year. We’re counting down to the May 18th release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe, who breaks down each cover on the LP. Next up is LOG’s ferocious take on Agnostic Front’s “One Voice” — guitarist Willie Adler’s pick for the album. In the clip above, Blythe talks about how NYHC has…

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Metalsucks Podcast – #238 – Lamb Of God Guitarist Mark Morton

This week we talk with Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton about the band’s new covers album Legion: XX, released under the band’s original moniker Burn the Priest. We discuss how the band selected which songs to cover, which ones were the most difficult to learn, his favorite covers by other bands, the honor of being on the bill for Slayer’s farewell tour and his passion for hip hop. This week we have a new segment of “Vince Nielstein’s Metal Mysteries” in which the MetalSucks co-founder addresses the age-old conspiracy:…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe on Covering Bad Brains’ “I Against I” Why H.R. Is Best Frontman Ever

To commemorate the 20-year anniversary of their one and only LP under their original band name Burn the Priest, Lamb of God are set to drop a killer new covers album called Legion: XX under their previous moniker. We’re counting down to the May 18th release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe, who breaks down each cover on the LP. Next up is Burn the Priest’s aggressive take on Bad Brains’ “I Against I” — a cover idea that was almost two decades in the making.…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe on Covering Big Black’s “Kerosene” Personal Connection to Song

To commemorate the 20-year anniversary of their one and only LP under their original band name Burn the Priest, Lamb of God are set to drop a killer new covers album called Legion: XX under their previous moniker. We’re counting down to the May 18th release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe, who breaks down each cover on the LP. Next up is Burn the Priest’s abrasive take on Big Black’s “Kerosene” — the second single off the record. In the clip above, Blythe talks about…

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Revolver – Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe on Cover of Accused’s “Inherit the Earth” Burn the Priest’s Punk Roots

To commemorate the 20-year anniversary of their one and only LP under their original band name Burn the Priest, Lamb of God are set to drop a killer new covers album called Legion: XX under their previous moniker. We’re counting down to the May 18th release with a series of track-by-track videos with singer Randy Blythe, who breaks down each cover on the LP. First up is Burn the Priest’s scorching take on the Accüsed’s “Inherit the Earth” — the lead track and lead single off the record. In the…

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