Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) was recently interviewed by Rolling Stone, and during the chat he also offered some info regarding his new book. You can read what he had to say about that below.
Heres what he had to say:
““…In the next year, I’m going to be working on a new book once this tour cycle is over, and it is going to involve a lot of travel. I don’t know how much politics will be involved with it because it’s probably going to be more ecologically centered – not strictly political, if you know what I mean. It’s going to involve a lot of surfing, I know that.
It’s kind of tied together to me because the ocean is basically the source of life for us on the planet, and if we screw it all up, then everything is going to die. I think there is a lot of shortsightedness about that. And before I went to Standing Rock, my concerns for water quality, that’s evident to me constantly as someone who surfs.
I’ve seen varying water quality in different places around the world. It’s something that’s really concerning to me. So there will definitely be an ecological aspect to the book, but sometimes that also involves politics, too. Depending on the policies of wherever you are, whatever country it may be.”
Head to Rolling Stone to read the whole interview in which Blythe also discussed the upcoming Slayer, Lamb Of God, and Behemoth tour, and the current political climate in the U.S.