Lamb Of God’s talented frontman and also known as a famous photographer in the industry, Randy Blythe, was recently interviewed by Rapture Radio and exposed the highly-wondered details of their upcoming concerts.
As the whole community knows, the world prepares to a new era after the self-quarantine and most of the band have postponed their gigs to 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Lamb of God is one of those bands and Randy Blythe thinks that the gigs won’t be the same ever again.
According to Randy, the energy in their concerts is too heavy that wearing masks, keeping the social distance will never work and the fans will not like it a bit and gave a sign that they will not take the social distancing rules serious, at least for their gigs that will be made in 2021.
Here is what he said:
“I think for my band, and I don’t have a crystal ball, dude, so nobody takes this as Randy says this is how touring is gonna be, ’cause I don’t know — I do not know. I’m not a wizard. But with my band, what I foresee happening is the tours that we booked that are postponed — we didn’t cancel a single tour; everything is being postponed — those tours will happen, but I don’t think they will happen until they can happen the way they’re supposed to.
I know there have been some artists that are doing these socially distanced gigs or whatever. That’s not gonna work for us — that’s just not gonna work. It’s not gonna work for a band like Lamb Of God. It’s not gonna work for a band like Hatebreed.
It’s not gonna work for any band in our sort of world that, when we play, immediately people smash the crap out of each other. That’s just not gonna happen.”
“I myself cannot say that at the first show I’m not just gonna be in the audience. I’m gonna be hugging people, kissing ’em on the cheek, like, ‘Yes, we’re all together again.’ So I’m not gonna be able to stand on stage and say, ‘Okay, everybody.
Stay six feet apart. Wear your mask. Do all that stuff.’ Nuh-huh. Because it’s too crazy; the energy is too much.”
Listen to the whole interview below.
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