Preview: Lamb Of God

Lamb Of God are heading to Norwich (Picture: Travis Shinn)
Lamb Of God are heading to Norwich (Picture: Travis Shinn)

by Adam Aiken

Metal heroes Lamb Of God will be visiting Norwich next month.

Details of a handful of dates in the UK – culminating in a show at Wembley Arena – had already been announced as part of their State Of Unrest tour, alongside Kreator and Municipal Waste.

But now the Grammy-nominated Virginian outfit will also be playing the UEA on Saturday, March 11, with support at that show coming from Heriot.

It’ll give fans the chance to hear tracks from last year’s Omens album as well as material from 2020’s self-titled 10th record.

Lamb Of God played Bloodstock last year, but the forthcoming UK tour will be their first on this side of the Atlantic since the pandemic.

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