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[Photo via Sumerian Records/YouTube]

We’re beyond stoked to see the upcoming American Satan followup series Paradise City and now Sumerian Records is revealing the band name and members involved with Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe‘s band in the show.

According to an Instagram post from the record label, Blythe’s band is called Over It All featuring members of Animals As Leaders and Sworn Enemy plus, they’re going to be releasing an album.

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The series was announced to be arriving in 2020 but currently has no release date.

At the beginning of this month, we saw the first teaser for the show and saw many of the people involved. We also found out some behind-the-scenes info about the show’s name from Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen.

The series is starring Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack in his role as Johnny Faust as well as countless other cast members including numerous actors from Sons Of Anarchy, Slipknot‘s Sid Wilson, Sleeping With Sirens‘ Kellin Quinn, Asking Alexandria‘s Ben Bruce and plenty of others.

Now, we’re getting confirmation on who else is playing with Randy Blythe in his band Over It All. 

The band is also featuring Animals As Leaders guitarist Javier Reyes as well as former Sworn Enemy guitarist Lorenzo Antonucci. It also features Mediaskare Records founder Baron Bodnar and 33 & West booking agent JJ Cassiere.

The band was initially revealed back in 2019 but it wasn’t clear at the time that the band would be part of the show.

Now, Sumerian is making a post about the band saying “that name is starting to really ring true these days!”

Over It All are expecting to drop an album at some point in the future. It’s likely coinciding with the show’s release but time will tell.

You can see their post talking about Over It All below.

In case you haven’t watched it yet, check out the teaser trailer below.

Are you excited to hear Randy Blythe’s new band for Paradise City? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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