Lamb of God Ask American Troops and Veterans to Send in Photos for New Video Project
Lamb of God's Randy Blythe free from a Czech prison and the band ready to shred through the United States once again. The 'Pure American Metal' act is embarking on a fall 2012 U.S. tour and have asked fans who are or have been in the U.S. military to send in their photos for a patriotic tribute, which will be shown during performances by Lamb of God during the trek.
Due to Randy Blythe's current legal situation in the Czech Republic, Lamb of God are not currently able to tour outside their homeland of the United States, so to commemorate the men and women of the U.S. military, Lamb of God will compile a mound of photos for this new video project. The group is also asking for photos of soldiers who were killed in action to be a part of the compilation, which will be directed by Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton.
Lamb of God released the following call to action:
Lamb of God is looking to honor the brave men and women of our United States military by incorporating soldier’s names and faces into a video presentation during their upcoming U.S. tour. If you are in the military, or have a husband, wife, brother, sister, friend or family member who has served or is actively serving, and wish to be included in this video tribute, please take a moment to send a photo to email@example.com.
Please keep the photos under 2MB and include the soldier’s name, military branch, and a brief description of where the soldier is serving or has served. The band is asking for photos of soldiers killed in action, those actively serving, and those who have completed their service to our country.
This presentation will be directed by Lamb of God lead guitarist Mark Morton and longtime Lamb of God videographer Doug Spangenberg, and will be seen by tens of thousands of people over the course of Lamb of God’s upcoming U.S. tour. Please send your photos and information in as soon as possible if you would like for you or your loved one to be included in this tribute.