Lamb of God Rocks a Semi-Truck in New Video for Pulverizing Single, “Nevermore”; ‘Omens’ Out 10/7

Last week longtime heavy metal outfit lamb of god announced their comeback with news of a new album, omensas well as a North American tour for the fall.

Days after the initial reveal, the record’s first single, “Nevermore,” arrived alongside a new music video depicting the band as precious cargo, slamming through song in the back of a tractor-trailer while Strange things happen to the truck driver. Musically, the track mixes Lamb of God’s typical relentless heavy metal/thrash energy with a crunchy groove, tailor-made to hit the head:

A press release characterizes omens with the following:

Densely muscled, steeped in unnerving spite, with a pessimistic look at inner struggles and world affairs, Omens is a furious entry into the Lamb Of God catalog, perhaps their most angry album to date. “The world is crazy and keeps changing. Omens is a reaction to the state of the world,” says vocalist D. Randall Blythe. “It’s a very edgy record.” He pauses to insist. “He’s extremely pissed off.”

Once released, omens will be Lamb of God’s ninth record to date, and first since 2020’s eponymous affair. Art Cruz, who stepped in on an interim basis before taking over full-time drum duties.

With omensLamb of God recorded the new material in the same room at Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles, formerly known as A&M Studios, a facility that in the past housed major recording sessions by The Doors, Pink Floyd, The Ramones and Soundgarden, among others.

The list of tracks:

Never again
At the grave
Sick designs
Shades of grey
Opt-out mechanism
september song

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“The inner workings of the band have never been better,” said guitarist Mark Morton. “You can hear it in omens. You can see it in our performances, and if you’re around us for five minutes, you can feel it.

Speaking of performances, Lamb of God will headline the US this fall with special guest Killswitch Engage on all dates. Support will also come in various stages of the tour from Baroness, Motionless In White, Spiritbox, plus Animals As Leaders as well as Suicide Silence and Fit For An Autopsy.

Lamb of God:

D. Randall Blythe – Vocals
Mark Morton – Guitar
Willie Adler – Guitar
John Campbell – Bass
Art Cruz – Drums

The dates:

September 9 – Brooklyn, NY – Coney Island
September 10 – Camden, NJ – Liberty Mortgage Pavilion
September 11 – Alton, Virginia – Blue Ridge Music Festival
September 13 – Youngstown, OH – Youngstown Foundation Amphitheater
September 14 – Baltimore, MD – Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena
September 16 – Atlanta, Georgia – Coca Cola Roxy
September 17 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Daily’s Place
September 18 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater
September 21 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway
September 23 – Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life Festival * No KSE, No Suicidal Silence
September 24 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
September 25 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amp at Freedom Hill
September 26 – Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
September 30 – Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium
Lamb of God with Killswitch Engage, motionless in white, worthy of an autopsy
October 01 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Great SaltAir
October 02 – Grand Junction, CO – Las Colonias Park Amphitheater
October 04 – Fresno, CA – Showroom at Selland Arena
October 07 – Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival *Not worthy of an autopsy
Lamb of God with Killswitch Engage, Spiritbox, Fit For An Autopsy
October 09 – Vancouver, BC – Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center
October 10 – Kent (Seattle), WA – Accesso ShoWare Center
October 11 – Portland, OR – Cloud Theater
Lamb of God with Killswitch Engage, Animals as Leaders, Autopsy Worthy
October 13 – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater
October 14 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Federal Theater
October 15 – Albuquerque, New Mexico – Isleta Amphitheater
October 16 – El Paso, TX – UTEP Don Haskins Center
October 18 – San Antonio, Texas – Freeman Coliseum
October 19 – Houston, Texas – 713 Music Hall
October 20 – Irving, TX – The Toyota Music Factory Pavilion