As I Lay Dying
During yesterday's hearing in which it was determined that As I Lay Dying vocalist Tim Lambesis would indeed stand trial on murder-for-hire charges, there were some big revelations about the case. An investigation of the vocalist's home apparently turned up dozens of vials of steroids and thousands of dollars in cash. Also, a trainer from Lambesis' gym testified in court against the musician, claiming that Lambesis had approached him about finding a hit man to kill the singer's estranged wife.
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis was released on $2 million bail in late June after his alleged involvement in a murder-for-hire plot against his estranged wife. As part of the bail conditions, Lambesis was put under house arrest and is required to wear a GPS device to track his whereabouts, but the singer has been granted a release from house arrest to attend physical therapy.
Unfortunate news has come out of the Killswitch Engage camp regarding the band's upcoming tour with Lamb of God. Killswitch drummer Justin Foley was involved in a bicycle accident which resulted in a broken collarbone. With Foley unable to perform due to the injury, As I Lay Dying drummer Jordan Mancino has been recruited to man the kit for Killswitch Engage's upcoming Asia / Europe tour.
As I Lay Dying vocalist Tim Lambesis has issued his first public comments since being arrested on murder-for-hire charges. On Sunday (July 7) Lambesis posted a lengthy statement on his Tumblr page, claiming that he will someday tell the entire story of his legal battle from his own point of view, but Lambesis' post was taken down early this morning (July 8).
It was a shocking turn of events when As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis was arrested in May for his involvement in an alleged murder-for-hire plot against his wife. As the case against him continues to build and evolve, the details don’t get any less startling. Now, members of the music community like guitarist Zakk Wylde are weighing in with their thoughts on the subject.