LAMB OF GOD's RANDY BLYTHE Joins GIMME RADIO

LAMB OF GOD's RANDY BLYTHE Joins GIMME RADIO

Randy Blythe, frontman of LAMB OF GOD, has joined Gimme Radio as one of their newest DJs. The first installment of his show, "The Power Remains", premieres Friday, September 22 at 12 noon PT / 3:00 p.m. ET, with new episodes airing each week.

During "The Power Remains", Randy explores how differing genres of music — including metal, punk, hardcore, grindcore, crustcore, even bands such as THE CURE — have shaped the music he plays. Additionally, each week Randy will be joined by friends from the metal community to further discuss influences and the events that have helped shape their musical direction.

This week Randy will be joined by Adam "Nergal" Darski, founder and frontman of the band BEHEMOTH.

While Randy is best know as LAMB OF GOD's frontman, his talents extend far beyond music. He's also the author of the best-selling memoir "Dark Days", a harrowing account of his time spent in a Czech prison on an alleged manslaughter charge — of which he was later acquitted. Randy is also an accomplished photographer. His work documenting life on and off the road offers viewers a glimpse into the beautiful, sometimes strange, sometimes isolating life of a touring musician.

Much like his writing, photography, and his ability to ignite a crowd, Randy's show on Gimme Radio is riveting and sure to excite fans of metal and beyond.

For more information, visit gimmeradio.com.

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