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Lamb of God's Chris Adler Lines Up Drum Clinic

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Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler, best-known for his rapid-fire contributions to the band's Metallica-inspired groove metal, is giving the secrets of his trade at a clinic at the Bienes Center for the Arts. Here's a chance to get up-close and personal with a key component of the thrashtastic act.

Adler will play and demonstrate technique, but he'll also spend a great deal of the two-hour set discussing what it took for him to reach this point in his career. Expect insight into how LOG songs come together and some behind-the-scenes stories as well.

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