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Old 07-20-2010, 01:45 AM
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Lamb of God actually did an arena tour back in 2007. it was co-headlining with Killswitch Engage and with DevilDriver and Soilwork as openers. of course the arena wasn't close to sold out as majority of seats were empty, but the floor was super packed. one of the most intense crowds i've ever seen,
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Hey Mank, have you ever hear Lamb of God's first album, New American Gospel? That one is radically different than the rest of them, and the only song they play live from it is Black Label. If you were to like any of them, it would probably be this one, it's more "extreme" than the other ones. I'm probly not gonna change your opinion, but I'll post the links anyways!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i39_Ly8W54U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSubcVDP-iI
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I'd say they're older. They really hit their stide in the 90's, and nu-metal was way, way more acceptable then extreme metal, even now.

I don't know if in this day and age we'll see another metal act be able to headline arenas on normal tours other than Metallica and Iron Maiden, but I have no doubt in my mind that LoG will come close within the next 5 or so years.
I respectfully disagree. I love LOG, but they will never even approach arena status, mainly because of Randy's vocals. That vocal style just doesn't have widespread mainstream appeal.

I hope I'm wrong, but I would expect LOG to keep playing 3-5k capacity venues the rest of their careers.
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We had to literally wring our shirts out. It was disgusting. 3IoB was amazing, and LoG were their usual mind-blowing selves. Fuck the crowd. On a related note, if you
A.) Wear a ballcap
B.) Wear a Bandana
C.) Jump up and down in place
D.) Take off your shirt
at a metal show. FUCK YOU, and I hope your children get Lupus.
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On multiple occasions I have almost gone to a Lamb of God show, but I still haven't seen them. I'm not a big fan of them, but I do think a few of their songs are really good. Seeing them live would probably be a lot more fun.

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On a related note, if you
A.) Wear a ballcap
B.) Wear a Bandana
C.) Jump up and down in place
D.) Take off your shirt
at a metal show. FUCK YOU, and I hope your children get Lupus.
I agree. Although, if it is legitimately hot then I don't mind shirtless people. Except when you're stuck behind an insanely fat guy with the hairiest back imaginable...
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