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Lamb of God: Details on "The Duke" EP

Lamb of God Release Internationally-renowned heavy rock band LAMB OF GOD will release a brand new EP, entitled The Duke, on November 18, 2016 via Epic Records. The EP will be released as a vinyl version the following week, on November 25. The Duke EP is titled after the new track "The Duke", written in honor of the band's late friend and fan, Wayne Ford, who was named after "The Duke" John Wayne.

"A little while ago I became friends with a fan named Wayne Ford - he was terminal - leukemia. I talked with him often, even video chatted him into the studio. He was very calm about his impending death, and we discussed it very openly. I learned a lot from him. This song is for him," dedicates vocalist Randy Blythe. See Feature story for full tribute.

Exclusive pre-order bundles for The Duke EP, including CD and vinyl versions, are available via ORDER NOW! Pre-orders on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and other digital retailers, plus Spotify streaming of "The Duke" single will begin tomorrow, Friday, October 21!

The Duke EP Track List:
1) The Duke
2) Culling
3) Still Echoes - live from Rock am Ring
4) 512 - live from Bonnaroo
5) Engage the Fear Machine - live from Bonnaroo

In conjunction with The Duke EP release, LAMB OF GOD will be offering the following items with all proceeds going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society WWW.LLS.ORG:
- Randy Blythe's Ashes of the Wake gold record plaque
- Signed signature model guitars
- Signed copies of handwritten lyrics
- Signed copies of The Duke EP on CD
- Signed copies of The Duke EP on Vinyl
- Signed copies of Randy Blythe's book
- Plus more

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    October 20, 2016

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