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See Arch Enemy's Alissa White-Gluz's Surprise Cameo at Mark Morton Solo Show

Singer joined Lamb of God guitarist in Montreal to perform "The Truth Is Dead"

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has been touring behind his debut solo record, Anesthetic, and the run has featured some surprise guest spots — including last week's cameo from LoG singer Randy Blythe, who joined his bandmate onstage in Richmond, Virginia for a rousing rendition of Morton's "The Truth Is Dead."

The original version of the song also featured guest clean vocals by Arch Enemy front woman Alissa White-Gluz. This week that guest star streak continued with White-Gluz jumping in to flex her vocal abilities on the song during the Montreal stop on Morton's solo tour. 

Shot from near the stage, the footage shows the blue-haired singer belting out her clean-sung sections from the song while touring singer Mark Morales steps in to provide Randy Blythe's growled parts from the recordings. Both appear to have plenty of fun with the crowd, moving about freely and getting close to the enthused fans as the exciting track rages on. The clip ends with White-Gluz giving a quick hug to her collaborator Morton and waving graciously to the crowd before heading backstage.


Only a few dates remain on Morton's tour, and if his recent surprises have been any indicator, there's a strong chance fans could see more onstage guests. Check out the shredder and his current lineup featuring Sons Oof Texas singer Mark Morales and his bandmate bassist Nick Villarreal, Bad Wolves guitarist Doc Coyle, and Prong drummer Art Cruz at one of the dates below, and keep scrolling to see a message posted to Instagram by Alissa White-Gluz following the performance. 

03/21 - Chicago, IL - Bottom Lounge 
03/23 - Colorado Springs, CO - The Black Sheep 
03/25 - West Hollywood, CA - The Roxy Theatre 
03/26 - Phoenix, AZ - Club Red