The 18-wheeler lorry carrying more than $1 million (£689,330)-worth of the bands' equipment overturned on a motorway near Mathis, Texas over the weekend (06-07Feb16) following a joint gig in the city.

The crash occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning (07Feb16), and reports suggest the driver, who suffered a broken arm, swerved to avoid a deer on the road.

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton posted a picture of the overturned lorry on his Twitter.com page, and assured fans none of the musicians were hurt in the smash.

"This is our truck that carries all our gear. Very happy to report that our driver is conscious & alert. Nobody hurt... " he writes. "It was our truck with all the gear.... an 18 wheeler type tractor trailer. The band & crew ride in busses (sic)... Lots of gear is damaged."