Lamb Of God are making an actual event out of the live-streamed performance that many artists have taken on amidst the pandemic, giving fans two chances to see them play two albums in full.
The first performance – being streamed around the world – is taking place on Saturday, 19th September from 7am AEST, and will see the band play their self-titled tenth studio album in full. Lamb Of God was released in May of this year.
The second performance, which is set to take place a week later on Saturday, 26th September at 7am AEST, will feature the band playing their seminal 2004 album, Ashes Of The Wake, from front to back. Yep, that’s right – the whole bloody thing, for the first time ever.
In addition, both performances will feature encores with the band playing a stack of fan favourites.
Now, these are ticketed live-streamed performances but they’re not going to dent your bank account too much. It’ll set you back around $20 AUD for a ticket to each individual show, or – for a limited time – around $27 AUD if you buy tickets to both as a bundle.
In addition, for early risers, there’ll be a pre-show airing at 6am AEST ahead of each show that’ll feature interviews with the band, as well as an opening performance by Bleed From Within on Saturday, 19th September and Whitechapel on Saturday, 26th September.
For more info on the shows, head to the band’s official website.