LAMB OF GOD Guitarist MARK MORTON Releases Another Free Song

LAMB OF GOD guitarist Mark Morton has made a brand-new track titled "Maybe" available for free download at this location.

Morton announced the release of the song via Facebook. He wrote, "[I] tracked another tune [with] Matt Conner the other night. I played slide, a couple guitar tracks and sang some harmony vocals. We're havin' a lot of fun [with] this stuff. Hope you enjoy!"

Morton and Conner previously released the track "To Make Sure" as a free download (audio available below). The guitarist later posted a clarification, stating, "I'm not sure how it got misconstrued, but 'To Be Sure' is not MY song… It's written and performed by Matt Conner, a good friend and super talented cat. I only played rhythm and lead guitar on that record."

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