Lamb of God teams with hardcore archivist Hate5Six to debut stunning concert film, 'Lamb of God: Live in Portland' - Knotfest
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Lamb of God teams with hardcore archivist Hate5Six to debut stunning concert film, ‘Lamb of God: Live in Portland’

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in News on December 14, 2022

Stream the colossal clip of “Nevermore” from the feature film here.

Closing out what has been a banner year for Lamb of God complete with relentless touring and the successful release of their eleventh studio album, Omens, the band has debuted the first glimpse of their stunning concert film captured by renowned hardcore documentarian, Sunny Singh.

Better known as Hate5Six, the comprehensive concert film titled Lamb of God: Live In Portland, frames the raw power and live intensity of Lamb of God’s nearly 90-minute set on what was one of the biggest heavy music tours of the year in the ‘Omens’ Tour.

Sharing the news, Singh spoke about the scope of the project and how he wanted to make this something special. “Lamb of God invited me to document their set in Portland, OR back in October to celebrate their new record and I obviously said yes. I went all out to make this more of a concert film than a standard live set.”

The footage was shot in stunning 4k and features the Virginia groove titans at the top of their game, performing a comprehensive, career-spanning set that included cuts from Omens, their 2020 self-titled effort and essentials from the vast catalog that has become iconic in the last two decades.

The band has shared the first clip of the film with “Nevermore” available to stream below.

The news of the film lands in the same week that the band confirmed additional details for their upcoming State of Unrest EU/UK tour set for early 2023 alongside thrash legends, Kreator. Confirming Municipal Waste on the run, the tour is slated to begin in February with many dates already sold out.

Additionally, Lamb of God are offering a limited quantity of signed tour posters from their Omens run which included support from Killswitch Engage, Baroness, Motionless in White, Spiritbox, Animals As Leaders, Suicide Silence and Fit for An Autopsy.

Proceeds from the sale of the signed 18×24 tour posters will support charities NRDC & Rock Against Racism. NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. Rock Against Racism is a non-profit organization consisting of a collective of musicians, artists, and music industry leaders continuing the crucial work of combating systematic racism.​

Posters are limited to just 100 prints and are currently available via the Knotfest Store – HERE


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