22:59 - Kurty Wurty Lol Che did you just go to that show knowing lulz would be inevitable to see? Not gonna lie, I like his stuff, gets me feeling all upbeat and shit while I'm playing on P'km Showdown. Great story though!
Last year, American metallers Lamb Of God were working on a film called As The Palaces Burn about their fans all across the globe. However, Randy Blythe's arrest and trial caused that film to take a much different path. You can watch the new trailer for the revised version of this film now over here. The band promises to release more details about it soon. For now, you can enjoy this new twist. The film will premiere at the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam between November 20th and December 1st. Theatrical and home releases follow next year.
Following their concert movie Killadelphia and tour film Walk With Me In Hell, a new documentary about the Virginian metallers Lamb Of God makes its debut next month. Director Don Argott was already shooting with the band last year, when the story of vocalist Randy Blythe's arrest for manslaughter - after the death of 19-year-old fan Daniel Nosek in a stage-diving incident - erupted.
Don Argott is a documentarian whose previous films include Last Days Here (about the fragile Bobby Liebling's attempt to reform Pentagram), Rock School and Art Of The Steal.
His initial intention for As The Palaces Burn (which shares its title with the band's 2003 album, shortly getting a remastered 10th anniversary re-release) was to turn his cameras away from Lamb Of God and towards their international, multicultural fanbase. The events in Prague didn't exactly derail the project but forced it to drastically switch tracks.
The remixed and remastered version of As The Palaces Burn comes out on November 11th via Prosthetic/Razor & Tie. The album remixed by longtime producer Josh Wilbur features three unreleased demos and a 70 minute story behind the album documentary featuring interviews with all five band members, original album producer Devin Townsend, and Josh Wilbur. The CD package features updated artwork by longtime LOG designer Ken Adams and a new booklet essay by rock critic Tom Beajour.