Richmond, Virginia’s kings of American metal Lamb of God have revealed in a new interview that after they do some tour dates with Metallica in South America, they’ll spend some time trying to reconnect with their families, and then — then, they’ll start working on the next LOG record.
News of a fresh-baked Lamb of God disc is always good news. Chris Adler — who is the salt of the Earth and drummer for LOG — spoke with Jonathan Barkan from Bloody-disgusting.com, and said: “Well, we’ve been out since December of 2008 and the longest we’ve been home is three weeks since then. So, we’re going to end in December of 2010, which would make it a full two-year touring cycle, which a lot of bands don’t get to do these days really. We’re very lucky that people want us to come around that much. So that’s it! Mayhem was our last U.S. run. We’re going to take the month of January off, see if we can reconnect with our family, see what that life looks like [laughs]. Then maybe we’ll get together and start writing a new album!”
Why, hello Mr. Boner. I know, I’m excited for the new record too. But wait — there’s more. Chris says that Mark Morton has already written seven or eight demos, and that Willie Adler has three or four songs composed. Sounds like enough for a record!
“February, we’ll put our heads together and see if we can mash those into something special.”
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