Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe has been selective in the amount of interviews he's done since being released from Czech jail earlier this summer. Blythe was incarcerated for five weeks after being arrested on alleged manslaughter charges stemming from a 2010 concert incident. Now, in a new Q&A, Blythe reveals some incredible details about the incident.
Metal heads continue to rally for Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe as he faces a possible legal trial in the future stemming from an arrest in the Czech Republic on June 28. Death metal outfit Cannabis Corpse headlined a benefit show for the vocalist on Friday (Aug. 31), helping to raise money for Blythe’s increasing legal fees.
Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe returned home to the States after spending five long weeks in a Czech Republic prison, but his legal battle is just getting started. With manslaughter charges still looming from a 2010 concert incident, Blythe will likely have to return to Prague to stand trial and as the battle rages on, Blythe’s legal bills continue to build.
Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe is thrilled to be back onstage - so thrilled that he actually got in more stage time than what his band was allotted over the weekend. The vocalist took the opportunity to join Prong onstage during their set at Saturday's Knotfest show in Somerset, Wis.
Gojira are certain to go down as one of 2012's hardest hitting metal acts. Having built a hardcore underground following since the release of various demos in the late '90s, along with their 2001 debut, 'Terra Incognita,' Gojira were absolutely ready to explode into one of modern metal's biggest bands with their Roadrunner Records debut, 'L'Enfant Sauvage.'
Lamb of God put on an energetic show, and even with Randy Blythe's recent arrest in the Czech Republic on manslaughter charges stemming from an alleged 2010 concert incident, the singer doesn't feel that it will change his onstage behavior.
Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe is now home and ready to discuss his time behind bars and his plans to return to the Czech Republic to face charges relating to his alleged involvement in the death of a fan during a show in 2010.
The music community is definitely happy to have Lamb of God's Randy Blythe back in the U.S. after his recent jailing in the Czech Republic. The homecoming welcomes have been flowing in ever since, and Slipknot's Corey Taylor is one of the happiest rockers to see the singer back at home.
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