Randy Blythe: February Trial Date Set for Lamb of God Frontman

by | Dec 14, 2012

Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe will stand trial February 4th on charges of manslaughter, according to The Prague Post.

Blythe is accused of pushing a 19-year-old fan off stage during a Lamb of God performance in Prague in May 2010 who consequently died.

“While it is a tragedy that a Lamb of God fan died following a performance by the group, in no way do I feel that Randy did anything improper that led to the young man’s injuries and subsequent death,” The band’s manager Larry Mazer said in a statement last week. “The price of a ticket to a show does not entitle audience members access to a band’s stage.”

The Prague Post is reporting that the trial is expected to last four days.

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