Lamb of God
“I was pretty sure I could survive five to ten years of prison. If someone didn’t murder me… I believe I was mentally strong enough. If I go out drinking again, I don’t think I’ll make it. I can’t survive another round with drinking.”
At three minutes into “Embers,” Deftones fans will hear their hero’s familiar voice. Singer Chino Moreno adds a sophisticated layer to the already epic track.
The metal singer, who was recently acquitted of manslaughter in the Czech Republic, explained — in great detail — how his penis was scalded by the coffee in the post. Be aware that this post contains words like “mellow piano music” and “white hot explosion of agony in my crotch” and features Blythe apostrophizing to his penis.
Randy Blythe goes from being charged with manslaughter to scoring a ballet. Find out the journey with our interview and with the new Lamb of God doc, ‘As The Palaces Burn.’
Randy Blythe on the insane new supergroup Teenage Time Killer he formed with Dave Grohl and punk & metal legends from Black Flag, Slipknot, Dead Kennedys and more.
We talked to the early arrivals at Pantera singer Philip H. Anselmo’s show at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre a few weeks back to get a sense of their take on the community and where the genre is headed.
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.
“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 […]