Lamb of God’s gear was damaged last night (Feb. 7) while the band was traveling across Texas. An 18-wheeler carrying LoG’s gear tipped over, but luckily no one was hurt.

Lamb of God is currently on a monster tour with support from Anthrax, Deafheaven and Power Trip. The month-long trek is almost over, with only four dates left on the U.S. jaunt.

The band was traveling from Corpus Christi, Texas to Austin when the band’s 18-wheeler turned over on the highway. Luckily for fans, there was no show scheduled for Feb. 7, so a performance was not in jeopardy due to the crash.

Guitarist Mark Morton tweeted photos and updates from the accident as it happened:

Lamb of God’s tour will continue tonight (Feb. 8) at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas.

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