Lamb of God’s ‘Omens’ title track isn’t as ominous as it sounds

Lamb of God has released the song “Omens.” It’s the breezy title track from the band’s upcoming studio album. A music video accompanied it on Thursday (July 28).

Men Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe distinguishing in a statement between real omens – or just ominous events – and the choices we make for ourselves, imbuing the track with what could be taken as a personal call on how to see the world.

Either way, the new single from the veteran metal band follows “Never again,” the first track released from Alerts. The album itself is set for release in October. 7. Listen to “Omens” at the bottom of this post.

Elaborating on the meaning of the song, Blythe says, “I think a lot of the messes humans find ourselves in can be very easily prevented by simply being aware of obvious repetitive patterns, both in our personal lives and in a wider sociohistorical context.”

He adds: “What some call ‘omens’ are really just manifestations of the fact that there is nothing new under the sun. It’s foolish to ignore this, but we all do.”

Lamb of God Alerts album will be released in October. 7. They come along Killswitch Engage and other actions this fall. See all the dates below the video.

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Lamb of God, “Omens” (Music Video)

Lamb of God + Killswitch Engage 2022 North American Tour Dates

September 9 – Brooklyn, NY @ Coney Island
September 10 – Camden, NJ @ Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
September 11 – Alton, Va. @ Blue Ridge
September 13 – Youngstown, Ohio @ Foundation Amp.
September 14 – Baltimore, Md. @ Employers Insurance Arena
September 16 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Coca Cola Roxy
September 17 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Daily’s Place
September 18 – Tampa, Fla. @ Mid Flordia Credit Union Amp.
September 21 – Boston, Mass. @ MGM Music Hall
September 24 – Chicago, Ill. @ Pavilion on Northerly Island
September 25 – Sterling Heights, Mich. @ Michigan Lottery Amp.
September 26 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ TCU Amp.
September 30 – Denver, Colo. @ Fillmore Auditorium
Oct. 1 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Great SaltAir
Oct. 2 – Grand Junction, Colo. @ Las Colonias Park
Oct. 4 – Fresno, California. @ Exhibition hall at Selland Arena
Oct. 7 – Sacramento, California. @ Aftershock Festival
Oct. 9 – Vancouver, British Columbia @ Sports Center
Oct. 10 – Kent, Wash. @ Accesso ShoWare Center
Oct. 11 – Portland, Ore. @ Klumpernes Theater
Oct. 13 – Inglewood, California. @ YouTube Theatre
Oct. 14 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Arizona Federal Theatre
Oct. 15 – Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Amphitheater
Oct. 16 – El Paso, Texas @ UTEP Don Haskins Center
Oct. 18 – San Antonio, Texas @ Freeman Coliseum
Oct. 19 – Houston, Texas @ 713 Music Hall
Oct. 20 – Irving, Texas @ The Pavilion

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