That’s right, folks — at the end of this post, you will find the new video for Lamb of God’s first single off of Resolution, “Ghost Walking.” We’ve got it for you, so, look nowhere else.
Meanwhile, frontman Randy Blythe says that he “loves reading the bashings” of his Lamb of God’s new music on Blabbermouth.
Blythe said it helps him “sleep extra-soundly knowing we done good once again.” Blythe said he normally avoids the site “religiously.” When you’ve got Gun Shy Assassin, what other sites do you need?
But, Randy said: “I need a good laugh.”
Later, he Tweeted, “I’m grinning ear to ear right now after reading Blabbermouth. They HATE IT, so I’ll sleep extra-soundly knowing we done good once again.
“I normally don’t read Blabbermouth because when somebody I know dies (unfortunately, this has happened a few times recently), or even when somebody tries to do something GOOD (charity, etc.), some fucking tool on there starts talking shit — ‘Oh, too bad they didn’t die sooner’ or ‘Fucking asshole should raise $ to buy a gun and shoot himself.’ These are real things I have read about people I know. So I try to avoid that site like the plague. But a new track or Lamb of God record comes out? I LOVE READING THE BASHINGS. It’s unbelievably amusing to me.”
I’m glad Randy gets a kick out off those trolls too.
“It is just so fucking funny to me, picturing these dudes hunched over their computers, tapping bravely away on their keyboards. I just love the imagery, for some reason. Plus I love raising critical bile, and if Blabbermouth is good for anything, it’s a bunch of self-appointed music experts spewing forth a bunch of hateful bullshit! So now I’ve gotten my fill til the record comes out.
“I THRIVE on hatred. But it does bum me out when they say nasty shit about my friends or just humans trying to do something [with] their lives in general,” Blythe continues. “Makes me wanna dish out knuckle sandwiches.”
I hand out knuckle flatbread wraps. Much more effective.
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