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Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe talks about Walk With Me In Hell song

Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe talks about the “Walk With Me In Hell” song. He just spoke to “Offstage With DWP” for a new interview.

During the appearance on DannyWimmerPresents program and talks about the LOG’S old song and his hobby for photography. Nearly 15 years ago Lamb of God band’s Sacrament album out and “Walk with Me in Hell” song became a legend. This song has a long story that was also written by guitarist Mark Morton for his girlfriend who later became his wife.

Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe interview Danny Wimmer and answered some question:

“That song in particular, ‘Walk With Me In Hell‘, is a love song that Mark Morton wrote. He wrote the lyrics to that song; that’s not my song. But it’s a love song. But I’ve had several people tell me that that song’s helped them through very, very serious times in their lives.

I have a friend who told me about it… I met her outside a gig in Cincinnati, and she had had a double mastectomy, and cancer kept on coming back after that, and she listened to that song while she was in the hospital going through chemo and recovering from the operation, and it helped her a lot,” he continued. “So, to hear stories like that, for me, that’s the ultimate compliment a fan can give.”

Then Randy added:

“When people go, ‘I love your music. It’s fucking brutal, and it’s awesome,’ that stuff’s cool and all — I get it — but when someone says, ‘Man, I was having a really bad time in my life and I didn’t know what I was gonna do and I didn’t have any answers. But listening to your music helped me get through it.’ That’s, like, okay, I did my job. Because that’s what music did for me.”

Also, Lamb of God’s North American tour with Megadeth, In Flames and Trivium recently postponed to 2021. Check out the Randy Blythe full interview below.

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