As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis entered a "not guilty" plea to one count of solicitation of murder at his arraignment Thursday (May 9) in San Diego. The singer is on trial for an alleged murder-for-hire plot to kill his estranged wife Meggan. Bail at the arraignment was set for $3 million.
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More details have emerged in the case of As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis, who was arrested earlier this week in a murder-for-hire plot in which he allegedly sought someone to kill his estranged wife Meggan. The couple's divorce papers offer some perspective on the situation and bring to light Meggan's concerns over Tim's recent behavior in relation to parenting their three adopted children from Ethiopia.
Yesterday (May 7), the metal world was shocked at the news that As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis had been arrested on suspicion of solicitation of murder charges for allegedly trying to hire a hitman to kill his estranged wife. This evening (May 8), Lambesis' bandmates have issued a statement to their fans in regard to the arrest.
American metalcore titans As I Lay Dying have come incredibly close to the Death Match Hall of Fame in the past, even losing out to Suicide Silence after three straight wins. It takes four consecutive wins to gain entrance into the sacred Hall, and finally, As I Lay Dying have earned a spot in the Death Match Hall of Fame with 'No Lungs to Breathe.'
In a close battle of metalcore titans, As I Lay Dying narrowly beat out Killswitch Engage to secure a third straight Death Match win. If As I Lay Dying can secure just one more victory, the band will gain their first induction into the Death Match Hall of Fame, a feat that the band has come incredibly close to in the past, but had the distinction snatched away from them at the last second.
As I Lay Dying are halfway to their first induction into the Death Match Hall of Fame. Riding off a win against The Dillinger Escape Plan, As I Lay Dying's 'No Lungs to Breathe' needs two more wins before being declared immortal in our Death Match Hall of Fame. The American metalcore outfit have come close in the past, and they have another chance with this latest run, but first, the West Coast metal outfit has to defeat an East Coast powerhouse.
Right as Meshuggah were at the front door to a second entry into the Death Match Hall of Fame, the band was bested by American metalcore act As I Lay Dying. Now that As I Lay Dying have secured a win over the Swedish crushers, the metalcore band now begin their own march to the Death Match Hall of Fame, but not without some strong competition blocking their way.
Marching along the road to the Death Match Hall of Fame with the feet of giants, Meshuggah have crushed yet another opponent. With fellow Hall of Famers the Acacia Strain having fallen at the hands of the Swedish extreme metal heroes, Meshuggah need only one more win to be the first act in Death Match history to have two songs declared as immortal in the sacred Hall of Fame.