Lamb Of God: The Calm After The Storm
Finally able to move on from Randy’s prison hell once and for all, Lamb Of God have poured 18 months of trauma into the darkest album of their career.
There were undoubtedly moments during Randy Blythe’s mercifully brief stay in Pankrác Prison in Prague when his band’s worldwide army of fans found themselves contemplating the possibility that Lamb Of God might be facing extinction.
After a movie (As The Palaces Burn), a self-penned book (Dark Days) and hundreds of interviews, it is perhaps understandable that Randy really doesn’t want to talk about Prague anymore. But like it or not, the story of Lamb Of God’s seventh album, VII: Sturm und Drang, clearly begins behind bars.