October 19, 2022

Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum

For more coverage of the show, see the Current's review of the performance plus our interview with Lamb of God bassist John Campbell.

Lamb of God, one of U.S. heavy metal's most consistent acts since the 2000s, delivered a bruising set at San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum on Tuesday night with Killswitch Engage, Animals as Leaders and Fit for an Autopsy opening. Here's everything we saw. 
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Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon
Photo Gallery: Heavy metal giants Lamb of God blew the roof off of San Antonio's Freeman Coliseum
Jaime Monzon