Watch: Lamb of God Perform With Trivium, Chimaira, And In Flames Vocalists

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Mark Hunter: Brian Brown (Chimaira Facebook) / Matt Heafy: Jarrod Anthonee (Trivium Facebook) / Anders Fridén: In Flames Facebook
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As reported yesterday, Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe unfortunately had to sit out last night’s run on the 2022 Metal Tour Of The Year. The vocalist has tested positive for COVID and is currently isolating himself. Per a social media post made on the Lamb of God social media channels:

“Grand Rapids – Randy Blythe tested positive for COVID over the weekend and has been isolating away from the rest of the band. While his symptoms have been mild and he’s on the mend, he will not be able to perform tonight at the Van Andel Arena. However, the show will go on! We are working to put together a special show with our brother Mark Hunter from Chimaira taking over the mic and a few friends helping out as well. We’ll see you tonight!

“We are hopeful he will be able to return later this week and will update as soon as we can.”


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With Blythe having to sit out the show, plans were made for a temporary vocalist to fill in as Lamb of God singer. But, rather than count on just one temp singer – there were actually a total of three.

Per the Lamb of God statement, Mark Hunter of Chimaira did take the stage during last night’s show in Grand Rapids, MI, performing alongside Lamb of God; the “few friends” the statement alludes to ended up being Trivium singer Matt Heafy and In Flames singer Anders Fridén.

Below you’ll find several videos of these singers taking turns in performing alongside the band. At the time of this writing, there is no telling when Blythe will be hitting the stage again; he did provide an update regarding the current situation via his Instagram – you can find his post below as well. We wish Blythe a speedy recovery.

Of the following performances, which one is your favorite?


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Words by: Michael Pementel