Lamb of God finished the touring cycle on the Grammy nominated album Sacrament at the end of 2007. The two-year trek was documented in the now certified Gold DVD Walk with Me in Hell and culminated with the band headlining arenas across the US last December. The band has taken the entirety of 2008 off the road to focus on the writing process for WRATH. The band's next world tour launches in February, 2009. “This album is going to surprise a lot of people,” comments drummer Chris Adler. “Typically bands that get to where we are in our career begin to slack off, smell the roses and regurgitate. We chose a different path. No one wants to hear another band member hyping a new record. WRATH needs no hype. We have topped ourselves and on February 24th you will feel it.” As always, Lamb of God will embark on an extensive tour that will cover the globe. As previously announced, the band will be supporting Metallica on the December leg of their tour. The first leg of the WRATH world tour will start in Finland on February 6th and will encompass dates in the UK, Australia, and Japan. Current confirmed dates are: 2/6/09 Frostbite Festival - Finland 2/8/09 Belfast/ Mandela Hall 2/9/09 Dublin/ Academy 2/11/09 Bristol/ Academy 2/12/09 Birmingham/ Academy 2/13/09 Manchester/ Academy 2/14/09 London/ Brixton Academy 2/15/09 Glasgow/ Academy 2/21/09 Brisbane/ RNA Showgrounds 2/22/09 Sidney/ TBC 2/27/09 Melbourne/ Ras Showgrounds 2/28/09 Adelaide/ Bonython Park 3/2/09 Perth/ Bassendean Oval 3/4/09 Tokyo/ Blitz 3/5/09 Tokyo/ Blitz 3/6/09 Nagoya/ Diamond Hall 3/7/09 Osaka/ Hatch For further confirmed dates go to the bands recently redesigned website.
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