LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe joined CHIMAIRA on stage at the Nampa, Idaho stop of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival on July 14, 2010 to perform the song "Pure Hatred". Watch fan-filmed video footage of his appearance below.LAMB OF GOD recently released the "Hourglass" collection, a career-retrospective set that is available in seven different configurations. LAMB OF GOD was nominated in two categories — "Best Live Band" and "Best Drummer" — at the second annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards, which was held on Thursday, April 8 at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles. The show was televised on VH1 Classic on May 22. LAMB OF GOD received a second Grammy Award nomination in the "Best Metal Performance" category — for the track "Set to Fail" from its latest album, "Wrath", which came out last year on Epic Records. The band was previously nominated in the "Best Metal Performance" category for the song "Redneck" from LAMB OF GOD's 2006 album "Sacrament". "Wrath" landed at position No. 2 on The Billboard 200 chart back in February 2009 with first-week sales of over 67,000 copies. CHIMAIRA's "Coming Alive" DVD is scheduled for release on July 20 via Ferret Music. The set includes a four-part documentary filmed over the course of a year and a half while the entire package includes over seven hours of exclusive content. The DVD, filmed entirely in HD, showcases CHIMAIRA in the studio while recording the "The Infection" album, and chronicles the band's recent, worldwide touring season. Not only does the DVD set include this amazing documentary piece, another section, "Chimaira Xmas: Live Concert Film", celebrates the 10th annual CHIMAIRA Christmas show in Cleveland, which took place on December 30, 2009. 13 HD cameras capture CHIMAIRA releasing their fury for their hometown crowd on a dark and snowy night in December. Bonus features on the DVD include a 45-minute "Resurrection: Making Of" documentary, a 40-minute home-video footage documentary of never-before-seen moments, and a live CD featuring 17 tracks recorded at CHIMAIRA's December 30 Christmas show.
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