The latest episode of "Talking Metal" features and interview hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy conducted with LAMB OF GOD bassist John Campbell. Interview topics include Ozzfest 2007, the Grammys, Conan O'Brien, Fangoria magazine, and the "Hellraiser" movie series. Additional podcast topics include ARCH ENEMY, Peter Criss, Scott Ian, "Battlestar Galactica", Ian Christe, and the new Star Wars R2-D2 mailboxes.
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LAMB OF GOD was nominated in the the "Best Metal Performance" category at the 49th annual Grammy Awards, which was held February 11 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
LAMB OF GOD's latest album, "Sacrament", has sold 197,000 copies in the United States since its August 21, 2006 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD was produced by Machine (CLUTCH, KING CRIMSON, PITCHSHIFTER, EIGHTEEN VISIONS, EVERY TIME I DIE).
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