Last Friday (May 18th), Lamb of God released their badass new covers album, Legion: XX, under the band's original name Burn the Priest; the record features their takes on songs by the Cro-Mags, Agnostic Front, Ministry, Big Black and others — all groups that influenced them in their early days. We've been digging deep into the LP with an exclusive track-by-track video series with LOG singer Randy Blythe, who breaks down each of Legion: XX's 10 covers, sharing the stories behind the song choices and the recording process. Watch the full series below, and if you haven't already, pick up the album here.
Randy Blythe Breaks Down Lamb of God Covers Album 'Legion: XX' Track by Track
From Melvins and Ministry to Bad Brains and Big Black
Avenged Sevenfold singer gains audience with Metallica's founding duo in classic story
From Prague's Pankrác Prison to LOG's 'VII: Sturm und Drang'
Deicide, Death, Morbid Angel and more tell the story of one of heavy music's most game-changing movements
How Seattle rock giants proved the comeback was real with one of their heaviest records
Corey Taylor: "This album is about making peace with the loss that we've suffered"
How Greg Puciato and Ben Weinman's complex relationship has shaped one of heavy music's most insane bands
Leach: "Being in Killswitch today is worlds apart from what it was 10 years ago"
Singer Jesse Leach: "This album literally drove me crazy"