LAMB OF GOD Joined By OBITUARY Drummer For 'Redneck' Peformance; Pro-Shot Video

Professionally filmed video footage of OBITUARY drummer Donald Tardy joining Richmond, Virginia metallers LAMB OF GOD on stage on June 22 at the Graspop Metal Meeting festival in Dessel, Belgium to perform the song "Redneck" can be seen below.

LAMB OF GOD's latest album, "Resolution", has sold 119,000 copies in the United States since its January release. The CD was released in the U.S. via Epic and internationally through Roadrunner Records. The effort was recorded at various studios in Virginia and New York with producer Josh Wilbur, who worked on the band's last LP, 2009's "Wrath".

"Resolution" features 14 songs and comes in a digipack with artwork by longtime art director Ken Adams.

Hal Leonard has released the official, note-for-note matching guitar tab book for "Resolution". It is now available for purchase from


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