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Photos: LAMB OF GOD Tear Through Their New Album In First Show Since Quarantine

Photo: Bryce Hall

Lamb of God officially played their first show since quarantine this weekend with their big livestream event. There may not have been any fans in attendance at the venue, but many watched virtually as the band ripped through their new self-titled album, as well as an encore featuring performances of "Ruin," "Contractor," "512" and the debut live performance of "The Death of Us," the new song they released on the Bill & Ted: Face the Music soundtrack. Metal Injection has some exclusive photos from the event.

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If you missed the stream, Lamb of God will be live once again this Friday, and they're celebrating the 15th anniversary of their landmark release, Ashes of the Wake, by playing it in full. Whitechapel will open the broadcast as well.

The stream begins at 5 p.m. EDT/2 p.m, and a ticket is $15. The video will be available on demand for the entire weekend. Limited merch bundles are also available. Buy your tickets here.


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall


Photo: Bryce Hall

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly noted the band performed their "debut album" instead of "new album" in the headline.

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