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Lamb Of God Gets Busy

02:01 PM Wednesday 3/20/13 |   |

Now that frontman Randy Blythe has put his Czech Republic legal problems behind him, Lamb Of God gets down to some serious touring biz as the band books a road trip hitting several secondary markets, and announces its “Metal On The Mountain” retreat.

  • Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God

    Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, Comcast Theatre, Hartford, Conn.
    July 24, 2010

    (George Tazzini / PhotosFromToday.com)

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The band’s Czech legal dilemma had its roots in a 2010 performance at Prague’s Abaton club.  When the band returned to Prague for a concert the following year, Blythe was accused of having pushed a 19-year-old man from the Abaton stage who later died from a head injury.  Earlier this month, Prague’s Municipal Court cleared Blythe of all charges.

Now it’s time to tour, tour and tour, with Lamb Of God targeting several secondary markets, those cities tour buses often pass while traveling from major market A to major market B. 

Here’s the schedule:

May 16 – Asheville, N.C., The Orange Peel
May 17 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Track 29
May 18 – Nashville, Tenn., Marathon Music Works
May 20 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note
May 22 – Boulder, Colo., Boulder Theater
May 23 – Salt Lake City, Utah, In The Venue
May 24 – Garden City, Idaho, Revolution
May 25 – Reno, Nev., Knitting Factory Concert House
May 26 – Ventura, Calif., Majestic Ventura Theatre
May 28 – Tucson, Ariz., Rialto Theatre
May 29 – Anaheim, Calif., City National Grove Of Anaheim
May 31 – Chico, Calif., Senator Theatre
June 1 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater
June 2 – Kennewick, Wash., Toyota Arena
June 3 – Missoula, Mont., Wilma Theatre
June 4 – Billings, Mont., Shrine Auditorium
June 6 – Fargo, N.D., The Venue
June 7 – Madison, Wis., Orpheum Theater
June 8 – Lincoln, Neb., Bourbon Theatre
June 9 – Wichita, Kan., The Cotillion
June 10 – Tulsa, Okla., Cain’s Ballroom
June 12 – Fort Wayne, Ind., Piere’s Entertainment Center
June 13 – Rochester, N.Y., Water Street Music Hall
June 14 – Atlantic City, N.J., House Of Blues
June 15 – Montebello, Quebec, Montebello Marina
June 16 – Portland, Maine, State Theatre
June 18 –  Worcester, Mass., The Palladium
June 19 – Baltimore, Md., Rams Head Live!
June 20 – Norfolk, Va., NorVa

Decapitated and Terror support through June 10.  The Acacia Strain appear June 12-20.  All shows go on sale March 29-30.  Visit Lamb-Of-God.com for what you need to know.

In addition to the tour, Lamb Of God is promoting its “Metal On The Mountain” retreat at the Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, N.Y.  Set for July 15-19, the four days in the Catskills will include guitar and drum clinics with band members Mark Morton, Willie Adler and Chris Adler along with group instruction, songwriting sessions, nightly jam sessions and more.

With “Metal On  The Mountain” taking place in the great outdoors, that means summertime extras such as motorcycle rides with Lamb Of God’s John Campbell (motorcycle rental extra) and Blythe demonstrating the “art of primitive fire building.”  Click here for the complete rundown.


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