Lamb Of God Announce North American Tour With Anthrax

(Classic Rock) Lamb Of God have announced a 19-date US tour with Anthrax as main support. Randy Blythe and co are joined by the thrash icons on the widespread trek that kicks off in Pittsburgh on January 15 next year. Two further support acts will be announced soon.

Lamb Of God - who are promoting latest album VII: Sturm Und Drang - are currently on the road with Megadeth. Dave Mustaine confirmed this week that LOG won't be on the bill for Megadeth's 2016 US dates.

Tickets for the joint tour with Anthrax go on sale on November 13 (Friday) at 10am local time. American Express Card members have access to a pre-sale from 2pm today local time.

Blythe suffered minor injuries when he was attacked by a gang over the weekend when the band were in Dublin, Ireland. See the dates here.

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