GOD FORBID guitarist Doc Coyle has revealed to EMG TV that he will fill in for LAMB OF GOD's Mark Morton on the Richmond, Virginia metal band's upcoming U.S. tour with METALLICA (as well as LOG's headlining "off" dates), which is scheduled to kick off on September 14 in Nashville and conclude on November 15 in New York City.
Morton did not perform with LAMB OF GOD at the last six shows of the group's recently completed European tour as his wife was expecting a baby. UNEARTH six-stringer Buz McGrath stepped in for these dates, which included an appearance at U.K.'s Sonisphere festival.
EMG TV's interview with Doc Coyle, which was conducted on July 10, 2009 at the Mountain View, California stop of this year's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, can be viewed below.
For a list of the LAMB OF GOD dates with METALLICA, go to this location.
As previously reported, LAMB OF GOD, GWAR and JOB FOR A COWBOY will play around two dozen shows in the U.S. this fall on "off" days during LOG's tour with METALLICA.
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