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Lamb of God
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Musicians
    (circa 1990- )
    Born in Richmond, Virginia
    Randy Blythe, vocalist
    Mart Morton, guitarist
    Willie Adler, guitarist
    John Campbell, bassist
    Chris Adler, drummer
    Recorded the albums 'New American Gospel,' 'As the Palaces Burn,' 'Ashes of the Wake' and 'Sacrament'
    Conan O'Brien made fun of their name during a banter with Max Weinberg in 2004, saying 'Lamb of God, what kind of name is that?'
    Their original name was Burn the Priest.
    They were banned from playing a show in Los Angeles due to their name, and former name, in 2005.
    They are good friends with GWAR.
    Blythe often refers to the crowd at their concerts as 'pussies' or 'mother fuckers.'
    They co-headlined Ozzfest 2007.
    They describe their music as 'pure American metal.'
    The band formed while Mark Morton, Chris Adler and John Campbell attended Virginia Commonwealth University.
    They speak very poorly of the music industry, especially in Los Angeles.
    Blender Magazine wrote, 'Since Pantera are defunct, and Metalica have long since abandoned the first five letters of their name, L.O.G. now sit atop metal's studded throne.'

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