On March 5, Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe was found not guilty of manslaughter charges by a panel of Czech judges. The metal world breathed a collective sigh of relief as the verdict was made public, allowing Blythe to once again tour the world without fear of arrest, and more importantly, with a cleared name.
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Slowly but surely, life is returning to normal for Lamb of God. Having recently revealed a North American tour for May and June, the band has now spelled out the dates for their first major European trek of 2013. These will be the group's first shows in Europe since frontman Randy Blythe was recently cleared of involuntary manslaughter charges for an incident in the Czech Republic.
Now that Randy Blythe has been acquitted of all charges in his controversial Czech manslaughter case, Lamb of God have announced that they will be embarking on a U.S. tour this spring. In addition, the band has also planned a very unique mountain retreat for a select group of fans this summer.
Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe is a free man now that he's been acquitted of manslaughter charges by a Czech court. Although Blythe was declared innocent in the case involving the death of a young fan at a 2010 Lamb of God show, the frontman wants fans to know that it does not change the fact that a young man named Daniel Nosek is deceased.
After a long and controversial process, Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe has been acquitted of manslaughter charges in the Czech Republic. Although fans worldwide are celebrating Blythe's freedom and exoneration, Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler made a point to memorialize Daniel Nosek, who died soon after suffering head trauma at a Czech 2010 Lamb of God show.