Lamb of God has been putting on explosive performances since the early nineties and Tuesday’s 15 song set in Boston was no exception. The band opened with “Walk With Me To Hell” and covered a slew of their biggest songs throughout the night, including “Ghost Walking”, “Laid To Rest”, and “Redneck”, a song whose storied music video we haven’t stopped watching since it first premiered a decade ago. The glow of the candles lining the front of the House of Blues stage, the riser that propelled vocalist Randy Blythe into the air, and the chaotic instrumentation that Lamb of God is well known for, made for an unruly and unforgettable performance.
Photos by Richard Knowles
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