Lamb of God’s Mark Morton Says the Band Will Hit the Studio “Very Soon”


How soon is “very soon?” Bookmark this post and come back to it once Lamb of God finally do hit the studio if you’d like to find out the definition according to Mark Morton, Professor of Semantics at Lamb of God University.

A fan asked Morton on Twitter when the band would be hitting the studio, and his response? You guessed it:

That could mean all sorts of things with regards to when we’ll actually get to hear new Lamb of God music — bands at their level often record in spurts over an extended period of time — but my guess would be some time in the back half of 2019. For what it’s worth, Lamb are about to head out on the European leg of Slayer’s farewell tour (after having done both legs of the North American run), so even if recording begins “very soon” it doesn’t seem likely they’ll be finished with it “very soon.” Ya never know, though. LoG’s last album, VII: Sturm und Drang, came out in July of 2015, although they released a covers album under their original Burn the Priest moniker this past summer.

In case you missed it, Chris Adler revealed over the weekend that injuries sustained in a 2017 motorcycle accident kept him from performing live with the band this summer; details here.

[via Metal Injection]

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