Singer Randy Blythe’s current legal situation has its origins in 2010 when Lamb Of God played Prague’s Abaton nightclub and a fan reportedly died from injuries incurred after jumping onto the stage.
The band returned to Prague last month for a gig at the Hard Rock Café. However, shortly before the show police arrested Blythe. Charges reportedly included “bodily harm of fourth degree and resulting in the death of a fan.”
Lamb Of God’s tour cancellation also affects the lineup for Toronto rock festival Heavy T.O., one of the stops on the band’s tour. Festival organizers have announced Lamb Of God’s cancellation, saying In Flames has been added to the lineup.
Meanwhile, you can help the band by contributing to Blythe’s defense fund. Click here for more information.