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Votre Ville: Paris, France


Nom du lieu: Olympia Hall (L'Olympia)
Adresse: 28 Boulevard des Capucines, Paris 75009

Catégories: Concerts & Tour Dates
Date: 2020.04.17, 19:00


En application de l’arrêté du 9 mars 2020 interdisant tout événement de 1 000 personnes ou plus, les équipes de LAMB OF GOD, KREATOR et Live Nation sont malheureusement au regret d’annoncer que le concert prévu le 17 avril à l’Olympia (Paris) n’aura pas lieu.Nous faisons tout notre possible pour reporter ce concert à une date ultérieure.Nous invitons les détenteurs de billets à conserver leur billet, nous vous tiendrons informés dans les plus brefs délais.Lamb of God et Kreator annoncent la date française de leur tournée européenne : State Of Unrest Tour !Ils seront accompagnés par Power Trip lors de leur concert à l'Olympia le vendredi 17 avril 2020.Accès PMR : 0 892 68 33 68


Nom: Lamb of God

The roots of Lamb of God were planted in 1990 when Mark Morton, Chris Adler and John Campbell were floor mates at Virginia Commonwealth University. The trio began playing at Adler's house in Richmond weathering chilly conditions. "There was no heat at the house," recalls Campbell. "We would freeze our asses off, get really drunk and hang around the kerosene heaters trying to write metal songs. Kerosene fumes and Black Label beer were definitely what fueled our early days." After graduation, Morton moved to Chicago to pursue a master's degree, but the band continued. A new guitarist, Abe Spear, replaced Morton as the band retired its instrumental sound and added Blythe on vocals. The quartet, known then as Burn the Priest, became a fixture in the tightly-knit Richmond music scene. To compete with the high-level of musicianship displayed by their contemporaries, the band adopted a rigid practice schedule. "To this day, we practice five days a week out of necessity," says Campbell. "The bands in Richmond can flat outplay you and if you don't practice, they will blow you off the stage. Bands like Breadwinner and Sliang Laos - two local math-metal bands - could play insanely complicated music note perfect. They inspired us to raise the bar musically and taught us the work ethic we needed to be a success."

Catégories: Music, Music: Heavy Metal, Music: Rock