Lamb Of God Cancel European Tour!
Richmond, Virginia-based metallers LAMB OF GOD are cancelling all of the remaining dates of their current European tour effective starting with yesterday’s show in Tilburg, NL.
Commented the band: “Due to concerns brought to our attention by the venue security team yesterday in Tilburg – and continued general concerns across Europe – we have decided against putting our fans, our crew and ourselves in this position night after night and will be canceling the remainder of our performances in Europe. This is a decision we are making on behalf of the fans, our crew, and our band, as well as the well-being of everyone’s family, friends and loved ones at home. Stay safe, and we will see you very soon.
After touring the UK with MEGADETH, CHILDREN OF BODOM and SYLOSIS, the mainland leg of the tour (excluding MEGADETH) had kicked off this past Tuesday in Stuttgart, Germany.
IMPORTANT: Label mates CHILDREN OF BODOM and SYLOSIS will be playing the following dates of the tour and are working on adding more:
22 Nov – Pratteln- Z7 Konzertfabrik
23 Nov – Lausanne- Les Docks
24 Nov – Milan- Alcatraz
26 Nov- TBD
29 Nov – Brussels- Ancienne Belgique
01 Dec – Copenhagen- Amager Bio
03 Dec – Helsinki- Old Ice Hall
05 Dec – Stockholm Klubben
06 Dec – Oslo Rockefeller Music Hall
09 Dec – Tampere- Tähtiareena
10 Dec – Seinajoki- Rytmikorjaamo
11 Dec – Jyvaskyla- PAVILJONKI
12 Dec – Oulu- SuperPark Areena
On July 24, LAMB OF GOD released their groundbreaking seventh full length album, »VII: Sturm Und Drang«, via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The numbers are proof that metal is truly alive and well lies within the albums incredible #2 first week debut on the U.S. Top Current Albums chart, #3 on the Top 200, and #1 on both the Rock Album and Hard Rock Album charts. Additionally, the album has charted extremely well internationally, surpassing the chart numbers for the bands last album in every territory.
More on LAMB OF GOD:
‘512’ music video:
‘Overlord’ music video:
‘Erase This’ lyric video:
Canada – #1 debut
Australia – #2
Switzerland – #5
UK – #7, #1 Indie, #1 Rock
Austria Top 75 – #12
Japan – #13
Netherlands – #13
Finland – #3
New Zealand – #11
Sweden – #19
Denmark – #21
Belgium – #23
Ireland – #25, #1 Indie
France – #40
Italy – #84
Norway – #84