During a conversation with Loudwire, Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton talked about collaborating with Linkin Park's Chester Bennington on his upcoming solo album "Anesthetic."
The musician said working with Chester on the "Cross Off" track:
"We instantly hit it off on a creative level. I really didn't know Chester before we started doing this song.
"We had a real creative rhythm right away. You can't really plan on that, you can't bet on it, you can't buy it, you can't fake it. You either vibe with someone or you don't.
"He didn't have to be there, he didn't have to come to record a song with the guitar player from Lamb of God.
"He did it because he loved the tune and because he was excited about screaming again and being on something more metal, a little heavier."
Discussing the album, Mark said:
"I'm always trying to push what [Lamb of God] can get away with, stylistically, but within limits. I have four other bandmates that keep that restrained.
"With this project, I was off the leash, I could do whatever I wanted. I don't know that I did really control it, I think it’s all over the map."
You can check out "Cross Off" in the embedded player below.