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Randy Blythe returns to Czech for trials

Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe has returned to the Czech Republic in for a week of trials in which he faces a manslaughter charge. Witnesses will be giving their accounts of the 2010 show in which the offense took place.

If convicted, Blythe will have to face up to at least five-to-ten years in prison.

Randy Blythe is “getting ready mentally” to return to Prague for trial

Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe just posted a message on his Instagram account in regards to his upcoming trial on charges of manslaughter in the death of a fan at a Prague, Czech Republic concert in 2010. He writes:

“The last two or three days I have been getting ready mentally to leave my home and return to Prague to do this whole trial thing in early February. It’s not something I particularly WANT to do; but inside, my gut and heart tells me it is the RIGHT thing to do. I cannot turn my back on the right thing.”

If convicted, Blythe will have to face up to at least five-to-ten years in prison.

Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe officially indicted for manslaughter

Yes, I know Lamb of God are not a punk rock band, but Randy Blythe (who got busted last summer) is now officially indicted for manslaughter in the Czech Republic.

Although Blythe was paroled last August and issued a statement in the same month, he State’s Attorney’s Office in Prague made the official indictment last Friday, which indicates that will likely be a full trial in the near future. If convicted, Blythe will have to face up to at least five-to-ten years in prison.

Lamb of God’s manager Larry Mazer on the situation:

“After a three month investigation, the prosecutor in the Czech Republic has decided to move forward with an indictment of Randy Blythe on the charge of manslaughter with intent to cause bodily harm. Obviously, we intend to fight vigorously against these charges as we feel that in no way did Randy intend to cause bodily harm on the young fan who subsequently died from injuries sustained at the show. As he has stated previously, Randy intends to go to Prague to defend himself at trial.”

Lamb Of God announce US tour dates w/ In Flames, Hatebreed, Sylosis & Hellyeah

Lamb Of God have announced they will be hitting the road for an extensive run of US tour dates with support from In Flames, Hatebreed, Sylosis, and Hellyeah.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations they will be playing here. (Attend these shows at your own risk! We are NOT responsible for any on-stage deaths).

Lamb Of God’s frontman, Randy Blythe, was recently released from Czech prison on $400,000 bail. Click here if you’d like to know why the hell he was there in the first place.

Lamb of God launches eBay auction to support singer’s legal battle

In support of frontman Randy Blythe’s legal battle in the Czech Republic, Lamb Of God (along with members of other bands such as Machine Head and Megadeath) have put together an eBay auction of various pieces of equipment and memorabilia to help raise money for his defense bills. You can see all of the items up for auction here, although if you would prefer to donate to the band, you can do so here.

If you’ve missed the whole story, get caught up here and here. And once you’re all caught up, check out what Randy Blythe himself had to say here.

Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe issues a statement on his arrest

Randy Blythe, vocalist of thrash group Lamb of God, has issued a statement on his recent incarceration and release, standing trial, and the support he received from the music community. The singer promises that “[he] will NOT hide in the United States, safe from extradition and possible prosecution.” Check out the rest singer’s expectedly badass statement here. If you’ve missed the whole story, get caught up here and here.

Lamb of God singer released from Czech prison

As you all probably know, Lamb Of God’s singer, Randy Blythe, was imprisoned in June for allegedly killing a fan in an on-stage altercation in 2010. Well, now he’s out and on the way home. reports that he paid the bail, which was recently raised to 8 million Czech Koruna (roughly $400,000) and will have to return to the Czech Republic in the future to stand trial.

Blythe got on a flight at about 1 p.m. Czech time and should be back in the U.S. this afternoon.

Lamb Of God singer reportedly denied 400,000 bail from Czech prison

As you all probably know, Lamb Of God‘s singer, Randy Blythe, was imprisoned for allegedly killing a fan in an on-stage altercation in 2010. According to a recent report from The Gauntlet, our recent report on Blythe being released form Czech prison on bail of just under $200k was a little less than accurate. They are reporting that Blythe is still in prison and was recently denied his newly paid bail of $400k due it being challenged by the prosecutor.

Here’s a little info from the report on what’s happening with the case:
What happens now is that on Friday (July 27, 2012), the prosecutor will submit to the judge a reason for the bail denial. At that point, the judge has five days to rule, and another five days for it to be written or published to the court. The judges ruling at this point will be final and unless charges are formally filed, Randy will be free to leave the Czech Republic without condition on bail. 

We’ll keep you updated as more details surrounding this extremely odd case unfold.

Lamb Of God singer released on $197,492 bail, metal bands voice their support

Following the charge of manslaughter based on many conflicting amateur reports, Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe has reportedly been released on bail of just under 200k U.S. dollars (4 million korun) on the condition that he not leave the Czech Republic.

The band’s management is expected to make a statement regarding the arrest and charges today; we will keep you posted when that happens. In the meantime, several prominent members of the arena metal scene such as Disturbed have voiced their support for Blythe in the coming trial.

Lamb Of God singer facing charges for allegedly killing fan in on-stage altercation (no joke)

Well this story has been swirling around the music news blogs all day so while its not about a punk band, I think it will still be interesting to most readers. Looks like front man Randy Blythe of metal act Lamb of God has been charged with manslaughter after a fan died following an altercation with Blythe on fucking STAGE in Prague.  The incident happened in 2010 and is only now catching up with the band.

Reports of the incident vary depending on the source.  The band’s management claims that after a fan bum rushed the stage Blythe only pushed the fellow back into the audience where he unfortunately hit his head, putting him into a coma where he died 2 weeks later.

“Under no circumstances was there a fight of any kind involved. This incident deals with a fan that three times during the concert jumped the barricade and rushed Randy during the performance. It is alleged that the third time, security was not able to reach him and that Randy pushed him back into the audience where supposedly he fell and hit his head.”

A report from a fan who was actually in attendance describes the singer’s role as a bit more involved.  Translated from a Czech blog:

“At first Randy hit him a lot, then Randy jumped on him to hold him down while he continued singing? When the fan got up, Randy took him by the hair and threw down quite quickly.”

Either way, the event is obviously tragic but there are lots of conflicting reports floating around.  I’m sure this will blow over for Blythe.  I mean, before you pass judgement yourself, just ask yourself, does this really look like the face of a killer?