The 6th annual Record Store Day is fast approaching and this years treats will hold a special meaning for Lamb of God fans.
Held every year on the third Saturday of April since being founded in 2007 and official proceedings initially kicked off by Metallica in 2008, the event is a way for fans to celebrate music and independant record stores the world over.
For this years event, Prosthetic Records will release a special, limited to 500 copies, grey marbled vinyl of LoG’s 2000 release New American Gospel. This release is from the 2006 remastered version of the original track listings.
Making this all the more poignant, all proceeds will be going to the Justice Now defence fund to assist singer Randy Blythe with his mounting legal fees stemming from his recent trial in the Czech Republic over the manslaughter charges he was facing for the death of fan Daniel Nosek. Blythe was exonerated of all charges on March 5th of this year.
Fans wishing to make further donations can do so HERE
New American Gospel was the bands first release with Prosthetic Records and the first album released as Lamb of God, having previously been named Burn the Priest.