20:21 - Unhealer The song that would feature Ihsahn, Serj and Devin. [link] It's pretty good.
19:26 - Bad English my german spelling was much better then english , I wa smuch better at german till 1999 ane since 2003 I am out of pratice, speeking german, emediaytly I tudn to swedish ;( but I stull understand a lot
19:24 - Bad English and it doenst change a fact other teachers who was there gave me 3 grades more then my main teacher, if 2 teachers gave me better grades then my main teacher. If I would suck how came they grade me better?
19:22 - Marcel Hubregtse doesn't mean it's a pass exam wise. Hell in Germnay they understand me even though my German is totally terrible
19:21 - Bad English I dont see any changes, you did not make anything, all is like it was beforMarcel you can call me to my cellpfone tommrow between ten hundred hours thiry minutes and one hundred hours , you will get avidance :p wanna number PM me
19:19 - Bad English erstand me, even owadays I use swedish in everywhere, but previusly aiports, farries, cities all undestrood what i want to ask :p
Australian metal fans now get their chance to celebrate the return of Lamb Of God because the band will be coming to Australia in September with Meshuggah along for the ride in support of their latest album Resolution. The tickets will be on sale on June 14th.
Following the recent troubles and acquittal of frontman Randy Blythe from all charges in the Czech Republic, Lamb Of God has announced today a North American tour of secondary markets from May 16th through June 20th. The tour continues the support of the album Resolution and hits 30 markets not yet visited on the current album cycle. Support on all dates will be Decapitated with Terror appearing through June 10th and The Acacia Strain appearing on the remaining shows.
Randy Blythe, frontman of Lamb Of God, is in the Czech capital of Prague for his trial which started yesterday. After being arrested in the Czech Republic this past summer, detained for five weeks and then released on 400,000 dollars bail, Randy Blythe is back in a Czech court. He is being charged with what amounts to manslaughter, on allegations that he pushed a fan, Daniel Nosek, at a 2010 show in Prague, and the fan suffered head injuries from that push that eventually led to his death.
2012 has been quite a trying year for US metal band Lamb Of God. It also looks like the manslaughter case against the band's frontman, Randy Blythe, just won't go away. According to news from novinky.cz, Randy has officially been indicted for manslaughter in the Czech Republic. State Attorney's Office in Prague made the official indictment on November 30 which means there will likely be a full trial in the near future. According to novinky.cz, the court now has three months in which to fix the date for the trial or bring the case back for further investigation.
Groove thrash metallers Lamb Of God have announced via their official website that the band will tour the US with In Flames as direct support. Hatebreed will join these bands from October 30th until November 19th at which point Hellyeah will replace them for the remainder of the shows. Sylosis will open all dates. Below are the dates for the tour.
Finally, Lamb Of God's vocalist Randy Blythe has been released from prison. A spokesperson for the Czech prison Randy was being held at confirmed that he was released yesterday afternoon. The Prague Municipal Court's ruling against the prosecutor of the Prague 8 District Court was made on Thursday afternoon behind closed doors.
UPDATE on 17.07.2012: [Thanks to Ace Frawley] According to Czech news site iDNES.cz, a Prague Municipal Court has now dismissed the prosecutor's complaint to deny Blythe bail with the intent of blocking his release. However, the cost of Blythe's bail has been doubled, from $200,000 to $400,000. Moreover, the prosecutor can file another complaint against the latest decision, which would further delay Blythe's release even if he does pay the $400,000. So, there is no telling when this will stop.
American groove thrash metallers Lamb Of God have released the first trailer for their projected 2013 feature film, "As The Palaces Burn", which features the band's new video for their second single "Desolation" off the Resolution album, released in January through Epic Records. The video was shot at shows in South America and Mexico and you can watch it here.
This summer, Lamb Of God and Dethklok will join forces for a 34-show North American tour kicking off on August 1st in Seattle, Washington. The bands will shred their way through cities throughout in the US and Canada ending September 15th in San Francisco, CA.
Lamb Of God's guitarist Mark Morton and Devildriver's frontman Dez Fafara have formed a side project called Born Of The Storm. Mark Morton has posted via twitter links for two demo songs from the project, "Nowhere Fast" and "Dust". The track "Dust" features Kevin Talley (Dying Fetus, Misery Index, Chimaira) on drums and "Nowhere Fast" features a guest appearance by Ryan Lake of Alabama Thunderpussy on the first guitar solo. No further details have been revealed on the project yet and it is not clear if they plan to release a full-length album in the future.
US groove thrash metallers Lamb Of God have cancelled the band's previously announced show in Curitiba, Brazil. The following press release was issued about the cancellation: "Liberation Music Company is very sorry to announce that, due to irreversible logistics problems, Lamb Of God's appearance in Curitiba, Brazil, with Hatebreed and Lacuna Coil on April 1st had to be cancelled."
Resolution, the freshly released new album from US thrashers Lamb Of God is streaming online in its entirety at this location. The album hit stores yesterday through Epic Records. More album details were previously reported here.