After watching many of their rock n roll peers cancel their concerts following the Paris attacks, Lamb of God decided to continue on…..for awhile. Somewhere along the way, something happened that made them eventually decide to pack it in and come back home. Their front man Randy Blythe recently released a huge statement about the whole situation. Whether you know the band or not, this is a great view of the events seen through the eyes of some of the people closest to what was going on….the rock bands.
‘I woke up in a great mood around 1 or 2 pm on the day of the Tilburg show (I like Holland, and always enjoy my time there), went into the venue, ate lunch and began looking online to see if there was a camera store nearby. Sometime later that afternoon, soon before the band was scheduled to soundcheck, our tour manager called us together, closed the dressing room door, and said “I’ve got some news, and it’s not good.” He then informed us of a specific occurrence that made me immediately say “Fuck this, I’m not going on that stage tonight.”…(read the entire statement here)