In a triumphant return – of sorts – heavy metal ensemble Lamb of God will visit Europe for the first time since lead singer Randy Blythe was arrested for manslaughter in the Czech Republic last June. After a lengthy trial back here in the States (which is where the charges originated; Blythe was only detained abroad because US authorities had "forgotten" to let him know he was a suspect prior to his trip), the rocker was eventually acquitted. Now, almost one year later, he and the rest of the Lamb of God gang are ready to show they harbor no ill-will towards the Europeans, and are raring to tour the Continent this summer.
The group's European tour will make stops in Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, and the UK. All international dates have been booked for the month of August, although Lamb of God's tour actually, officially begins next month. May is when the band will kick off the North American leg of their tour, with stops out West, in the Midwest, and up in the Great White North keeping them busy through June. They've decided to take July off, but then it's back to the touring grind with 13 international concerts come August. Tickets are on sale now, so don't forget to take a look at our discount links below!