LAMB OF GOD Drummer Interviewed On 'Black Diamond FM Classic Rock Show'; Audio Available

Drummer Chris Adler of Richmond, Virginia metallers LAMB OF GOD was interviewed by Brian Elder from the "Black Diamond FM Classic Rock Show" prior to the band's February 15, 2009 concert at Glasgow, U.K.'s O2 Academy. The "Black Diamond FM Classic Rock Show" episode featuring the Chris Adler interview is available for download at this location.

On Tuesday, February 24, LAMB OF GOD will release its latest album entitled "Wrath". In conjunction with the LP's launch, the band's Escape The Plague contest site will go live at As previously announced, the first 100,000 copies of the physical CD will contain a coded card insert that will enable 100 fans to win extraordinary prizes. One of those prizes anticipated to be quickly claimed are two trips for two to see LAMB OF GOD at a major U.K. festival. It can now be revealed that the highly coveted trip will be to see LAMB OF GOD support METALLICA at Knebworth Park on August 2.

The "Wrath" album will be released in four configurations: an LP, a CD, a deluxe-edition CD with bonus disc — which contains isolated recording parts — as well as a super-deluxe version featuring a limited-edition box containing an LP, deluxe-edition CD and USB drive containing two exclusive bonus tracks.

To pre-order the album and get more details on these configurations go to

The LAMB OF GOD North American "Wrath" tour kicks off April 2 in Phoenix, Arizona with AS I LAY DYING, CHILDREN OF BODOM, GOD FORBID, and MUNICIPAL WASTE supporting.

Fan-filmed video footage of LAMB OF GOD's February 9, 2009 concert at the Academy in Dublin, Ireland can be viewed below (courtesy of "bercer667").


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