He may have laid down the drum tracks for their new record Volition, but Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler isn’t so sure he’ll be touring with Protest The Hero.
In an update online, our pal Chris says Lamb of God’s been going strong, playing festivals across Europe.
“I feel very lucky to be a part of where we are right now and am enjoying it quite a bit,” the always humble Adler says.
“I’ve now heard the Protest The Hero record and it’s fantastic! I love listening to it and hope you all do as well. I’ve been asked many times on this tour that since I played drums on the record if I will be touring with them or would consider playing on other projects.”
But Adler says “I’m fairly sure my schedule won’t allow for me to properly join their band and tour. As much as I love the music, I love being with my family too!”
Anyone who has read Adler Chatter knows he’s committed to his family, and that’s rad.
“We shall see as it’s not even something we have discussed. As for other projects, it’s hard to answer that. I was a fan of PTH and jumped at the chance to step out of my box a little bit, push myself and explore my capabilities. It turned into quite a daunting task, but I’m much better off for it. I think I’d have to evaluate every opportunity in the same way. Obviously my main focus is LOG, it’s still my heart and soul and I’m loving being able to get out and share it with you.”
Adler says to look forward to some big Lamb of God news soon.
Hmm, I wonder what it could be.
Protest The Hero’s new album comes out October 29.