When we spoke to Randy Blythe yesterday at his photography exhibit, he played it coy about the next Lamb of God album. He said that he was only one part of the band and didn’t want to speak on behalf of the rest of them (that interview is coming soon, btw). Turns out he isn’t the only one building up to the suspense and not talking about Lamb of God – even the rest of the band is doing it. Lamb of God launched a new website, lambofgodvii.com, that’s even more cryptic than Blythe was yesterday.
When the 2014 documentary As the Palaces Burn was released, it was initially going to be a documentary about the band’s fans worldwide and how they were drawn to metal despite their cultural and geographical differences. That, of course, changed when Blythe was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter in Prague. If we were to hazard a guess as to what the new site is like, it seems to have a similar goal in mind. In fact, the first of five reveals is a clip from the film, in which an Indian woman talks about trading in her traditional garb for black metal shirts and singing in a metal band. There are countdowns for four more time zones, which will be unlocked tomorrow (5/6), and then two, five and nine days from now, respectively. What’s it all mean, man? If there’s one thing we know, it’s that Randy Blythe sure isn’t saying anything.
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