You in no way want to be with no your singer, but when it does transpire it presents the chance for distinctive displays. With Lamb of God‘s Randy Blythe out of action due to tests positive for COVID previously this 7 days, the band performed with Chimaira’s Mark Hunter, Trivium’s Matt Heafy and In Flames’ Anders Friden filling in on vocals for the band. And you can now incorporate a further identify to the fill-in roster as Fit for an Autopsy‘s Joe Badolato is being pressed into action for tonight’s (April 22) show in Inexperienced Bay.
“Green Bay – regrettably, Randy will not be equipped to perform but we WILL see you tonight,” stated the band in a information (noticed under) issued Friday. “Our brother Joe Badolato from Suit for an Autopsy will be stepping in to deal with vocal duties this evening. We expect Randy to return to our demonstrate on Sunday in Sioux Falls.”
It truly is been a bit of a making an attempt 7 days for Lamb of God, who were being ready to successfully pull off their show at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan with the help of Hunter and the singers from the fellow bands on their “Metallic Tour of the 12 months” run. But regretably, Hunter fell sick with a non-COVID linked illness immediately after the general performance, which led the band to have to drop off the tour’s Fort Wayne day although they tried using to find a substitute.
“Mark Hunter went above and past to make the display materialize for us Tuesday and sad to say has fallen sick nowadays (NOT Covid). We actually recognize his initiatives but it appears the universe has other ideas for us,” stated the band at the time.
As the group mentioned, they assume to have Blythe back front and centre at their future display, which will occur this Sunday (April 24) at the Denny Sanford Premier Heart in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The following 7 days also delivers exhibits in Omaha, Cedar Rapids, Kansas City and Tulsa. See all the scheduled stops right here.