Lamb Of God Return To USA Without Randy Blythe, Video Of Incident Surfaces


It’s Monday morning which means in just a few short hours the music world should be receiving an official statement from Lamb of God regarding the manslaughter charges brought against frontman Randy Blythe in Prague. Until then, we have a few new bits of information.

As we all know by now, Randy Blythe is/has been charged with Manslaughter following a 2010 incident involving a fan who has since been identified as Daniel N. According to what has been made public, Blythe allegedly pushed Daniel off stage during a Lamb Of God concert. This fall supposedly ended with Daniel hitting his head, which later lead to his death due to injuries sustained from impact.

Manslaughter in Prague is punishable by ten years in prison.

Randy was released on $250,000 bond over the weekend, but did not return to the United States with the rest of Lamb Of God on Sunday evening. In regards to the return, guitarist Mark Morton Tweeted:

“Finally HOME! 4/5 of us anyway. I can’t wait to give Randy a big bear hug and kiss his pointy, stubbly face! Thanx for all the support y’all! Flooded with questions about Randy. I truly understand and appreciate [your] concern. But it would be irresponsible for me to comment on any of it. Again….thank y’all SOOOO much for your love and support during these difficult times. It means the world to us.”

A few UTG readers pointed out that a video making the rounds on some sites is claiming to show footage of the 2010 incident. I don’t want to say things look a bit shittier for Randy having seen it, but it definitely did not give me the boost of hopeful confidence in his freedom that I was looking for. You can view the clip after the jump.

UTG has been working around the clock to stay on top of this still developing story. If you have any additional information, please contact us.

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    This is one of the incidents, it is most probably not the one which lead to the deathly injury. The one that supposedly led to the deathly injury was during a break between two songs, the fan was not on the stage yet – halfway climbing, and was supposedly kicked down, falling backwards, breaking his skull.