LAMB OF GOD will be holding an in-store signing at Scrape Records in Vancouver, B.C. on Tuesday, October 26 at 6 p.m. This will be a great chance for the fans to get their CDs and merchandise signed, take pictures with the band, and have a chat with the boys. LAMB OF GOD are scheduled to perform that night at the Commodore Ballroom with FEAR FACTORY and CHILDREN OF BODOM supporting. Tickets for the show are still available. More information is available at www.scraperecords.com.LAMB OF GOD are continuing to tour in support of their latest album, "Ashes of the Wake", which was released in August through Epic Records. The follow-up to 2003's "As the Palaces Burn" was produced by Machine (WHITE ZOMBIE, (HED)P.E., PITCHSHIFTER, ONE MINUTE SILENCE) and includes guest appearances by former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland and ex-TESTAMENT axeman Alex Skolnick.
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