Drummer Adler laughs as TV guide gets the wrong principle ahead of Jimmy Kimmel appearance
Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler has poked fun at a US TV guide that defined his band as “Christian hefty metal.”
They showed up on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live last night (Thursday) and percreated 512 and Still Echoes from latest album VII: Sturm Und Drang. See the clips below.
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Earlier in the day, Adler discovered the listing while preparing to record the broadcast. The overview read: “An intersee via actor Pierce Brosnan from No Escape; actor Rami Malek from Mr Robot visits the show; a performance by the Christian hefty steel band also Lamb Of God.“
The drummer posted a on Facebook, saying: “So… will you be watching? #LambOfGod on #JimmyKimmel tonight.“ He later added: “Wonder that created that copy, they’ll be in for a surpincrease, ya think?”
Earlier this wee Kiss star Gene Simmons explained the band also as “capable and also bombastic” – but included that he’d like to recognize exactly how they’d sound if Dave Grohl offered melodic vocals over their backing music.
Lamb Of God released Sturm Und Drang last month, scoring their highest possible ever UK chart placing. They tour the UK in November via Megadeth. Adler will be pulling double duty on the tour, playing with both bands.
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