Long Island’s The Paramount was the host of a stacked, three-band lineup. Opening the show was Corrosion Of Conformity, and their set was straight up riffs for a good half an hour. They’re always fun to see. Following was Clutch. Like Corrosion Of Conformity, Clutch was a ride through riff city for 45 minutes. Clutch are known for getting on lineups that don’t really make sense for them, but honestly, mixed lineups are so cool. Plus, Clutch rules. Finally, the band of the hour, Lamb Of God. For the next hour, The Paramount was jumping all over the place with Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe (don’t believe us, we got some pictures for proof). It’s pretty obvious that Lamb Of God are just one of those bands someone needs to see at least one time in their life, between the wall of death, massive crowd interaction, etc, it’s just an overall great time. Enjoy the photos below!
Corrosion of Conformity
Lamb of God
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