Blythe was found not guilty by Prague’s Municipal court in March, but the state prosecutor appealed the verdict. Now the singer is appealing for safer rock shows.
After spending five weeks in prison last year then returning to Prague for a multi-day trial, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe was found not guilty of manslaughter in a Czech courtroom this morning. “I am a free man,” he announced.
The controversial trial in Prague where Lamb of God lead singer Randy Blythe is facing manslaughter charges resumed today (March 4) after adjourning in early February due to an ill witness, among other issues. “And […]
“I am calm and prepared,” posts Randy Blythe to Instagram account. “Thanks for your good thoughts and prayers. Have a nice day y’all.” The Lamb of God singer made the trek back to the Czech […]
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During Lamb Of God’s concert in Oregon Friday night, frontman Randy Blythe requested a minute of silence in remembrance of the children lost in the Connecticut. The singer was disgusted by the crowd’s inability to quietly pay their respects.
According to a Czech news site, a Prosecutor in Prague filed a case today leaving three months for the court to schedule Lamg Of God frontman Randy Blythe’s first manslaughter hearing.
To assist with the Lamb Of God’s mounting legal bills, Randy Blythe’s friends Slash, Megadeth, Machine Head and others will auction metal memorabilia to raise money for his defense fund.
On today’s Kevin & Bean show: Tyler Labine, Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe, Matt “Money” Smith, Brad Williams and more.
“I don’t think the Czech police have a grasp on what a heavy metal show is like. There’s a lot of really questionable evidence about this young man’s injury. Regardless, I was charged with manslaughter.”