LAMB OF GOD Announce May 2013 Secondary Market Run

With the recent exoneration of front man Randy Blythe from all charges in the Czech Republic, LAMB OF GOD announces today a tour of secondary markets May 16th through June 20th.  The tour continues the support of the album Resolution and hits 30 markets not yet visited on the current album cycle.  Support on all dates will be Decapitated with Terror appearing through June 10th and The Acacia Strain appearing on the remaining shows.

 

In addition, the band announces today the Metal on the Mountain retreat July 15th through 19th to be held at the Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, New York.  The weeklong retreat, which is limited to 170 fans, will feature activities aimed at musicians and non musicians alike. The curriculum, created by the band, will include guitar and drum clinics with Mark Morton, Willie Adler, and Chris Adler as well as group instruction, songwriting sessions and competitions, nightly jam sessions with the band and fans, band Q & A, the premiere of the LAMB OF GOD feature film scheduled for a fall theatrical release, and a full band concert the final night of the retreat.  Long time band album designer Ken Adams will discuss the creation of LAMB OF GOD album and t-shirt designs and band tour manager and sound man Brian Griffin will instruct fans on the art of mixing a live metal show.  Non-musical activities will include motorcycle excursions with bassist John Campbell, a seminar on primitive fire building by Randy Blythe, and a casino night. Also, all of the fans will enjoy all of the amenities available at the Full Moon Resort.  For more information on the Metal on the Mountain retreat, go to metalonthemountain.com

 

Dates for the May tour are below. All shows are scheduled to go on sale the weekend of March 29th and 30th.

 

 

Thu/May-16Asheville, NCThe Orange Peel
Fri/May-17Chattanooga, TNTrack 29
Sat/May-18Nashville, TNMarathon Music Works
Sun/May-19Columbus, OHRock on the Range
Mon/May-20Columbia, MOBlue Note
Tue/May-21OFF 
Wed/May-22Boulder, COBoulder Theater
Thu/May-23Salt Lake City, UTIn The Venue
Fri/May-24Boise, IDRevolution Center
Sat/May-25Reno, NVKnitting Factory
Sun/May-26Ventura, CAVentura Theater
Mon/May-27OFF / Memorial Day 
Tue/May-28Tucson, AZRialto Theater
Wed/May-29Anaheim, CAThe Grove
Thu/May-30OFF 
Fri/May-31Chico, CASenator Theater
Sat/Jun-01Portland, ORRoseland Ballroom
Sun/Jun-02Kennewick, WAToyota Ice Arena
Mon/Jun-03Missoula, MTWilma Theater
Tue/Jun-04Billings, MTShrine Auditorium
Wed/Jun-05OFF 
Thu/Jun-06Fargo, NDThe Venue
Fri/Jun-07Madison, WIOrpheum Theater
Sat/Jun-08Lincoln, NEBourbon Theater
Sun/Jun-09Wichita, KSThe Cotillion
Mon/Jun-10Tulsa, OKCain’s Ballroom
Tue/Jun-11OFF 
Wed/Jun-12Ft. Wayne, INPierre’s
Thu/Jun-13Rochester, NYWater Street Music Hall
Fri/Jun-14Atlantic City, NJHouse of Blues
Sat/Jun-15Montebello, QCMontebello Marina / D-Tox Fest
Sun/Jun-16Portland, MEState Theater
Mon/Jun-17OFF 
Tue/Jun-18Worcester, MAPalladium Ballroom
Wed/Jun-19Baltimore, MDRams Head
Thu/Jun-20Norfolk, VAThe Norva

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