The saga of Randy Blythe continues with the addition formal manslaughter charges. Authorities in Prague leveled the charge of manslaughter with intent to cause bodily harm against the Lamb of God front man. This all stems from a 2010 concert in Prague where Blythe is accused of throwing a fan off the stage multiple times. The final time the fan was thrown off the stage, he hit his head and died days later. Larry Mazer, the band’s manager, says Blythe responded to a large number of fans who tend to rush the stage during performances, but with lax security, fans were able to make it up on the stage where security and Blythe proceeded to throw people away from the band. Mazer is also providing some insight into a possible defense saying that he did not intend to harm anybody. Blythe was held in a Prauge jail for five weeks earlier this year. He was released on bail.
Documentary to premier at Sundance
The much anticipated Dave Grohl produced documentary about the studio his band Nirvana recorded one of their epic albums is set to premier at Sundance Film Festival. Titled Sound City, the film will feature artists like Weezer, Queens of the Stone Age, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Nine Inch Nails’ front man Trent Reznor and Garbage drummer and renowned producer Butch Vig. Sundance takes place January 17 thru 27 in and around the Salt Lake City area. There’s no word yet on if there’ll be a theatrical or online release.
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