John Campbell is the bassist and a founding member of the heavy metal band Lamb of God.
Doc welcomes Lamb of God bassist, John Campbell, to the show and they go deep on the recent protest movement and civil unrest in response to the killing of George Floyd, and talk about Lamb of God's decision to release an album during the pandemic, how they've dealt with splitting with longtime drummer, Chris Adler, how new drummer, Art Cruz, has energized the band, his perspective on the evolution of LoG's sound, how the band's politics and relationship with its fans intersect, and what makes Lamb of God special.This episode features the songs "Mary Go Round" by Memory of a Melody and "New Colossal Hate" by Lamb of God.Follow John on Instagram @jayceerva and Twitter @JClogbassFollow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoylePlease support this episode's sponsor War Machine Marketing and check out their extensive item search at or email them at ro@warmachinemarketing.comPlease support this episode's sponsor Memory of a Melody at www.memoryofamelody.comListen to more great podcasts like this at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Lamb of God will be releasing their latest self-titled album on June 19th. John Campbell called into the Talk Toomey Podcast to discuss all things Lamb Of God, Art Cruz taking over the kit and touring with Slayer on their final tour. We also discuss the rioting in Richmond VA and Randy Blythe's very on topic lyrics. Support the show (
Musician and composer John Campbell talks with Wayne Shepherd about the life God has given him creating music for the popular children's radio program Adventures in Odyssey as well as other many projects.
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Sep 30th, 1972
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2 hours, 14 minutes
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