Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe spoke in the interview with Rolling Stone and explained the two metal bands he would choose to listen to for the rest of his life. He said:
“Growing up, I wasn’t into metal. I only listened to a few metal bands. I don’t really even know how I wound up being the singer of a metal band. I thought I was gonna be Virginia’s answer to Johnny Rotten, or something. That’s not how it worked out.
But Slayer was one of the few metal bands that I really, really dug because they were so aggressive. I got Reign in Blood in high school, and I believe that that was the first album that I ever bought that had a Parental Advisory sticker on it – I actually got ID’ed for it, I think. But yeah, big Slayer fan, and from Reign In Blood, that was the first thing I was really exposed to, and then onto South Of Heaven and Seasons In The Abyss where they got a little bit slower and heavier, in my mind. I’ve just always been a Slayer fan.
Them and Black Sabbath. Those are my two main metal bands. If I had to choose two metal bands to listen to for the rest of my life, it would be Slayer and Black Sabbath.”
He also revealed his thoughts on Donald Trump. Here:
“Oh, everybody wants to talk about Trump. You know, I think we’re living in Planet of the Apes. My brother sent me some footage the other day from these Trump rallies in Lake Oswego, Oregon, and of course there were protestors. And there’s this one anti-Trump protestor who decides to start disrupting the Trump-rally people by just screeching incoherently. And then the Trump people surround her and start making animal noises, and soon all of them are just screaming incoherently at each other [laughs]. This is the state of modern political discourse in a nutshell. We are fucking living in Planet of the Apes. “
You can read entire interview at here.