Tuesday Mar 4
Little Rock Horror Picture Show to screen 'Metropolis' with live score
More news from the Little Rock Horror Picture Show team: the 3rd annual festival, which will be held March 20-23 at the Ron Robinson Theater, will feature a screening of Fritz Lang's classic, Expressionist, sci-fi head-trip "Metropolis," featuring a live score by last year's Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase winners The Sound of the Mountain .
Lamb of God's Randy Blythe Composing Music for Richmond Ballet
Over the last few years, a lot of artistic directors and choreographers have sought out contemporary music as a way to grab the attention of an audience that was looking for dance that was more 21st-century than 19th.
79% Lamb Of God's As The Palaces Burn
A feature-length documentary that originally sought to follow the band and their fans throughout the world, to demonstrate how music ties us together when we can't find any other common bond.
New York Post
New documentary follows trial of Lamb of God frontman
Although the popular Virginia heavy metal band Lamb of God liked to consider themselves missionaries of "pure American death metal," the four-time Grammy nominees hardly expected the "death" part to be taken literally.
Lamb of God's Film as the Palaces Burn Recovers The Pieces From What They'd Lost
LAMB OF GOD 's As The Palaces Burn may not be a concert but it is still a live musical event! Its seeds were initially sewn in 2005 when the Grammy -nominated Richmond, Virginia group unleashed the Killadelphia DVD upon the globe's headbangers and in turn sold over a million U.S. units of it in just two years, a feat that none of their albums have ... (more)
I listen to heavy metal, and I want to be your friend: PennLive Op-Ed
Heavy metal enthusiasts Joe Frye and Rebecca Jones pose in front of the Maid of the Mist in Niagara Falls in July, 2013.
Four heavy metal myths debunked in Lamb of God documentary 'As the Palaces Burn': Q&A
Lamb of God. From left to right: Drummer Chris Adler, vocalist Randy Blythe, guitarist Mark Morton, bassist John Campbell and guitarist Willie Adler.
Lamb of God documentary 'As The Palaces Burn' set for Phoenix-area screenings
Fans of Virginia-based heavy metal band Lamb of God love it when their favorite group makes headlines, as they often do in the music press around the world.
How a Lamb of God Doc Turned Into the Emotional, Trial-Filled 'As the Palace Burns'
Director Don Argott's feature on the heavy metal band and their far-reaching fan base became an in-depth look at the genre's community.
Keep the cameras rolling
"As the Palaces Burn" is not the film that Lamb of God wanted to make. When the Richmond, Va.-based heavy metal band hit the road for a world tour in support of its 2012 album "Resolution," with acclaimed documentary filmmaker Don Argott and crew in tow, the plan was to craft a film celebrating the film's international fan base and the fans' ... (more)