Lamb of God's Mark Morton has announced that he has now been sober for 18 months. The guitarist shared the news in a series of celebratory tweets over this past weekend.

"As of today, I have been 100% free from all drugs & alcohol for a year & a half... One day at a time," he wrote on Saturday, June 27. "If you’re reading this & addiction is ruining your life, please know that recovery is possible for you. Find someone in recovery & ask them for help. Life is truly amazing."

He followed the tweet with a list of things he's grateful for, including his sobriety, the chance to be alive and music — which he adds is "flowing."

Congratulations Mr. Morton. We wish you the absolute best as you continue on your journey.

Morton's latest musical release is Lamb of God's self-titled tenth album, which came out June 19. Since they weren't able to head out on tour in support of it, they released a series of music videos containing Easter eggs, which lead to a variety of prizes.

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