Protest The Hero Recruit Lamb of God Drummer for New Album

by | Jun 7, 2013

Protest The Hero have recruited Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler to handle drums on their upcoming record.

The band announced today that drummer Moe Carlson left the band, and per his guidance and approval they tapped Adler.

“Having known Chris for a few years, and with he and Moe being drum-buddies, it seemed like a perfect fit. We are happy to say that Chris has already come and gone from canada and has left us with some beautiful drum tracks.”

The band is currently in the studio working on their new album, due out later in the year.

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