Lamb Of God Have Announced Their First UK Headline Tour In Six Years
Virginia metal kings Lamb Of God have announced details of their first UK headline tour in six years.
The run of shows – dubbed the State Of Unrest Tour – will see LoG joined by German thrashers Kreator and and Texan mob Power Trip. The band should hopefully have a new record out by the time they hit the road for these shows in April 2020, with Lamb Of God recently announcing that new drummer Art Cruz had been working with them on album number eight.
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“It’s always a blast when you tour with someone for the first time, so we’re looking forward to hitting the road with Kreator, as well as getting some more hang time with our maniac pals in Power Trip,” says Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe. “See ya in April!”
Grab your tickets to see Lamb Of God, Kreator and Power Trip from 10am on September 6 (this Friday) via the Kerrang! Ticket Store.
Catch Lamb Of God live at the following dates:
21 Bristol O2 Academy
22 Manchester Academy
23 Glasgow O2 Academy
24 Birmingham O2 Academy
25 London O2 Academy Brixton
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