Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe has Covid, to miss at least one show
Lamb Of God vocalist Randy Blythe tested positive for Covid-19 over the weekend and is currently in isolation. As such, he will be unable to perform tonight at the group's concert in Grand Rapids, MI but hopes to return later this week. Blythe will be replaced by Mark Hunter (Chimaira) in addition to a handful of "friends helping out."
A statement from the band reads as follows:
"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."