Lamb Of God's Randy Blythe Doesn't Clearly Remember Fatal Gig

(TeamRock Radio) Randy Blythe says he wishes he could more clearly remember the fateful incident in 2010 which led to the death of a teenage Lamb Of God fan. In 2012, the singer was charged in the Czech Republic with the 2010 manslaughter of 19-year-old fan Daniel Nosek, but was eventually acquitted in 2013.

In a new excerpt from his book Dark Days, to be published later this month, Blythe says his exact memory of the gig in which Nosek was injured is blurry as it came at around the same time as the death of Slipknot bassist Paul Gray.

In the excerpt, published via Rolling Stone, Blythe goes over what happened between himself and Nosek, and adds: "I only remember that much because it was our first time in Prague, security was so bad I had to wrestle some kid to the ground onstage, and Paul Gray died.

"It was a bad day, but I wish I could remember more of it. I wish I could remember every second. Then maybe I would have had some real answers to all the impossible questions that were about to be asked of me." Read more here.

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