Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe's love of photography has been well documented. Coming up in May, he will hold his first ever photography exhibition. Blythe posted the following message on his Instagram about the exhibition:

"So stoked! Here's the flyer for 'Show Me What You're Made Of,' my first photography show, a solo exhibition up May through June at @sacredgallerynyc in Soho, New York City. Opening is May 2, starting at 8PM & I will be there. I'm showing a body of work curated around a specific theme, which will be posted soon in my artist's statement. Yes, the stuff will be for sale -- what doesn't go at the show will be sold by the gallery later. So if your in NYC, May 2, come on out & say what's up!"

Blythe's creative juices have really been flowing lately. In addition to the photography exhibit that will run through June 30, he and Lamb Of God have been working on a new album, with Blythe saying the new material "sounds pretty monstrous thus far."

The book Dark Days, which chronicles Blythe's incarceration and trial in the Czech Republic on manslaughter charges along with other aspects of his life, is now due to be published in July. Showing that he is the king of all media, Blythe recently went to Taiwan to film a comedy/action movie made by the metal band Chthonic.

Lamb of God also have a lot of touring coming up. They head to Australia later this month for several Soundwave Festival shows followed by a few other Asian dates. They'll also do European festivals and shows this summer followed by a North American tour starting in July with Slipknot, Bullet for My Valentine and Motionless in White. For all their dates, go here.

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