Lamb of God’s Upcoming Philadelphia Show To Be Broadcast Live on AXS TV
Lamb of God are currently on tour supporting their latest album 'Resolution.' Returning to where their DVD 'Killadelphia' was shot, the Nov. 24 show at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia will be broadcast live on AXS TV. It will air from 10PM until 11:15PM Eastern time.
AXS TV interviewed the band, minus vocalist Randy Blythe, about the upcoming live broadcast (watch below) and other topics. In regard to the biggest misconception about Lamb of God, drummer Chris Adler answered, "That we're nice," and the whole band laughed.
"I guess there is some stigma in what we do," Adler continued. "But the guys in the band and in most metal bands I know are really a bunch of teddy bears. We get all that stuff out in the music. If we didn't play we might be bigger jerks than we are. It's surprising to find out how nice and meek most of these guys are."
One glaring omission from the nearly five minute interview with host Danielle Demski was any question about Blythe's legal issues following his imprisonment in the Czech Republic for alleged charges of manslaughter. In fact, the interview looks more like something out of 'Entertainment Tonight' or 'Access Hollywood,' which makes for some awkward moments.
As part of the promotion for the broadcast, Lamb of God has given AXS TV a signed Willie Adler ESP guitar for a Facebook giveaway.
Lamb of God's 'Resolution' tour runs through December 16. In Flames and Sylosis are playing all dates. Hatebreed is on the bill until Nov. 19 when Hellyeah will take over for the remainder of the run.