There’s no doubt about it; Synthesis fucking loves Lamb of God. Currently, The only disk in my bathroom CD player is Sacrament, and the only disk I’ve listened to in my car for the last 3 weeks is Killadelphia. These dudes are one of the biggest/most important band on the current metal scene (and that’s including Metallica).
Following a recent trend of in studio camera work by bands like Saosin and Underoath, the quintet have recently turned on the red lights and started streaming the studio 24 hrs a day. Two cams have been setup (mixing and live room) to let voyeurs in on watching Chris Adler track his drums for the upcoming February, 2009 release.
Drummer Chris Adler will be heading into a NYC studio today to begin recording for the band’s upcoming album, slated for a February 2009 release on Epic Records. There will be 2 live streaming web cams in the studio documenting every moment of the process on Lamb of God’s Kyte channel at www.lamb-of-god.com.
One camera will be in the live room, filming everything drums, and the other camera will be in the mix room, where producer Josh Wilbur will be dialing in the signature, brutal LAMB OF GODsound!
â€œI’m showing up to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and I’m all out of bubblegum,â€ said Adler.
The as-yet-untitled album will see a February 2009 North American release on Epic Records withRoadrunner Records handling all NON North American releases. Following production, LAMB OF GOD will head out on an extensive world tour commencing with their support slot in December with Metallica.
Check out www.lamb-of-god.com all day, every day during the drum recording process and watch the foundation of the new LAMB OF GOD album being built.