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Slayer to embark on final tour

Metal icons Slayer have announced that, after 37 years together, they are “making their exit” with a “final world tour.”

The band made an announcement this morning, saying: “Slayer to tour the world one more time…,” and they confirmed on their official website that they will embark on what will be their final U.S. tour this summer, with support from Lamb of God, Anthrax, Behemoth and Testament. We’ll keep you posted as official tour dates come to light.

A 30-second video clip of Slayer confirming that they will embark on their final tour together can be viewed below.

Slayer’s most recent studio album, Repentless, was released in September 2015 on Nuclear Blast. It was their first album since 2009’s World Painted Blood, and their first one with Exodus guitarist Gary Holt as the replacement of the Jeff Hanneman, who died in 2013.

Corrosion of Conformity announce tour dates with Mothership, Lamb of God and Clutch

Metal legends Corrosion of Conformity have announced a two month-long U.S. tour that will kick off from early April to mid-June. The trek will include support from Mothership, Lamb of God and Clutch, and the dates and locations are below.

Last October, it was announced that C.O.C. were signed to Nuclear Blast for their anticipated new album, which will be their first with guitarist/vocalist Pepper Keenan since 2005’s In the Arms of God. Due to commitments with his other band Down, Keenan (who rejoined C.O.C. last year) was not part of the band’s 2010 reunion, which lasted for two albums (2012’s Corrosion of Conformity and 2014’s IX) and one EP (Megalodon, also released in 2012).

First wave of bands announced for Soundwave 2015

The organizers of Soundwave have announced the 2015 edition of the touring festival, which will be traveling across Australia from February 21st to March 1st. The lineup includes Faith No More, Soundgarden, Lamb of God, Ministry, former My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way, New Found Glory, Atreyu, The Aquabats, Slipknot, Fall Out Boy, Judas Priest, LagwagonAll Time Low, Tonight Alive, The Swellers and many other bands.

You can view the dates and a full list of bands included in next year’s Soundwave below.

Randy Blythe (Lamb of God) pays tribute to The Ramones

Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe penned a really nice tribute following the death of Tommy Ramone over the weekend.

He posted it via Instagram, and you can read it below.

Music Video: Lamb of God – “Vigil”

To coincide with the upcoming 10th anniversary reissue of their second album As the Palaces BurnLamb of God have premiered a music video for “Vigil”. You can check it out below.

Lamb of God released their last album Resolution in January of last year on Epic Records.

Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe posts short film his about trial

Randy Blythe, the lead singer of Lamb of God, has posted a short film documenting his trial for manslaughter in Prague, which took place a year ago. You can check it out right here.

Blythe had the following to say about the video:

“My idea was to show my mind set through film and music during the process of my trial, and have a more ambiguous ending heading into my final day in court. I did not know what was going to happen to me, only that I felt I was doing the right thing by being there.”

Lamb of God released their last album Resolution in January of last year on Epic Records.

Tour: Killswitch Engage and Lamb of God announce co-headlining dates

Killswitch Engage (pictured) might have just wrapped a headlining tour of their own, but that hasn’t stopped them from announcing a ton of dates this Fall.

The Massachusetts-based metal band are teaming up with Lamb Of God for a co-headlining tour that’ll cover most of the US and Canada over five weeks. Support comes from the likes of Testament and Huntress. Click here for the full rundown.

Killswitch Engage are touring in support of their latest album, “Disarm the Descent,” released back in April via Roadrunner Records.

Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) to publish memoirs

Randy Blythe, singer of metal band Lamb of God, has announced that he will be publishing his memoirs. They will be released sometime next spring. This is what he had to say on the subject:

“While I’ve dreamed of being a published author almost since I began to read, I never imagined my first book would center around such a sad topic. Sometimes though, life unexpectedly provides you a story that needs to be told. I believe this one does (for several different reasons, not just for the benefit of myself), so I will tell it with the respect and dignity all involved deserve. This will be a good read, I promise you, and I hope some good comes of it.”

Lamb of God released their last album Resolution in January of last year on Epic Records.

Chris Adler says Randy Blythe’s arrest “bankrupted” Lamb of God

Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler recently spoke to The Virginian-Pilot about frontman Randy Blythe’s arrest in the Czech Republic last year on manslaughter charges and the subsequent legal ordeal, which took more than eight months to play out. He claims that Randy’s arrest had “bankrupted the entire band”, explaining:

“Not only were we not able to generate any income, but we ended up having to pay more than half a million dollars in legal fees. It bankrupted the entire band; [there was] no money left for any kind of payroll or anything. When Randy was acquitted [in March of this year], everything was on the line at that point. Either it was completely over, or we had a chance to get back out there and pay these bills and get ourselves back on our feet.”

Lamb of God released their last album Resolution in January of last year on Epic Records.

Lamb of God’s Chris Adler to record drum tracks on new Protest the Hero album

Protest the Hero just announced that they have parted ways with their drummer Moe Carlson, with the band enlisting the help of Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler, who happens to be a close friend of them, to oversee the recording parts on their new album, which will be their first since 2011’s Scurrilous. Protest the Hero themselves write:

“We know we have been silent for the past couple months while we record this beast, but we assure you it’s almost done and is turning out extremely well. We plan on releasing our beloved “pupdates” throughout the summer while we set up to release this new album so stay tuned for that.

With all this incredible progress, however, we have some sad news. Our brother and friend Moe has decided to leave the band to go back to school in pursuit of some of his other passions. When our gruelling studio schedule just wouldn’t work with his gruelling school schedule, we realized we would need to find a session player for the new album. With Moe’s guidance and approval, we found us a nice match in Chris Adler! Having known Chris for a few years, and with he and Moe being drum-buddies, it seemed like a perfect fit. We are happy to say that Chris has already come and gone from canada and has left us with some beautiful drum tracks.

Can’t wait for you all to hear it!”

Chris Adler also comments, “I was thrilled to get the call to join up and help out my friends in Protest, how could I turn down one of my favorite bands? I’ve done a bit of session work before with Testament
and Ron Jarzombek but nothing this immersive. I lived and breathed this record for 8 weeks and even lived in Toronto for a month with the guys. The experience was intense tosay the least.

Some of the most demanding and intricate drum work of my career. I’m very proud to have been a part of the Protest family and can’t wait to have you hear it.”

The Acacia Strain adds two new full-time members

Massachusetts based, The Acacia Strain, have announced the addition of two new full-time members, Devin Shidaker and Richard Gomez, both on guitar, after the departure of long-time member Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz back in May.

Here’s what the band had to say:

As a band, our perspective is for all of us to be involved and be a team, not only on the road but for every aspect of the band and all be a part of it. Richie and Devin bring experience and passion to the table and offer a forward thinking perspective to this band which has been wanted and needed for some time. We plan on getting started right away with the writing process to give you some new songs soon, and of course a new album. We are excited to start this new chapter of The Acacia Strain and look forward to seeing you all on tour!

This summer, The Acacia Strain will be hitting the road with Lamb of God and Decapitated.

Randy Blythe releases statement on manslaughter charges

Randy Blythe, singer of metal band Lamb of God, has released a very long and heartfelt letter reflecting on his manslaughter trial in Prague, Daniel Nosek, and  show etiquette.

You can read Blythe’s statement here.

Blythe was acquitted of manslaughter earlier this year and it getting ready to head out on tour with Lamb of God.

Lamb of God announce shows with The Acacia Strain and Decapitated

Lamb of God, whose singer Randy Blythe was recently acquitted of manslaughter, will be playing a series of mid-west and east coast shows in the U.S. in June with The Acacia Strain and Decapitated. All the dates can be found here.

Lamb of God released their last album Resolution in January of last year on Epic Records. The Acacia Strain also released an album last year, which is Death Is the Only Mortal, while Decapitated released their last album, Carnival Is Forever, back in the summer of 2011.

Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe acquitted of manslaughter

Vocalist of Lamb of God, Randy Blythe, has been found not guilty of manslaughter charges acquired in the Czech Republic.

The charges were based on the 2010 death of 19 year-old Daniel Nosek at a Lamb of God show in Prague. Blythe was indicted in December after being arrested last June.

Here’s what he had to say:

I have been found not guilty & acquitted of all charges against me. I am a free man. This photo was taken by my friend @aceyslade- it says it all. Please remember the family of Daniel Nosek in your thoughts & prayers in this difficult time. I only wish for them peace. Thank you for your support- Randy”

The prosecutors plan to appeal the decision, which they have eight days to put into action.

Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) trial delayed; singer to return to US

Randy Blythe is coming home…for now.

Although three of the scheduled five days in the Lamb Of God frontman’s manslaughter trial have been completed, a key witness has apparently fallen ill. As a result, the remainder of the trial has been postponed until March 4th. That means Blythe, who is currently out on bail, is free to return to the US for the time being. For more on today’s developments, including a blow-by-blow of what the witnesses have been saying so far, click here.

If convicted, Blythe could face at least five-to-ten years in a Czech prison.