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Dark Days: My Tribulations and Trials by D. Randall BlytheIn 2010, a nineteen-year-old super-fan rushed the stage during a Lamb of God concert in Prague. To protect himself, singer Randy Blythe pushed the fan away. Unbeknownst to Blythe, the young man hit his head on the floor when he fell and later died from the injury. Blythe was promptly incarcerated on charges carrying a prison term of five to ten years. Thirty-seven days later, he was released on bail to await trial. Although legal experts told him not to return to the Czech Republic to face the charges, Blythe explained that he “could not run away from this problem while the grieving family of a dead young man searched hopelessly for answers that [he] might help provide.”
After a five-day trial, he was acquitted on March 5, 2013.
In Dark Days, Blythe tells the story of his incarceration and the wild life that led up to it. As he explains, “Most substance abuse books end with the author getting sober. My book starts there.”
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In his memoir, 'Dark Days,' Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe reveals what he remembers of the show where a Czech fan was fatally injured. The book is available for pre-order via Amazon. Blythe recounts a dangerous, chaotic show in an unprofessional venue with little to no security, and he recalls wrestling an out-of-control fan onstage. We arrived back at the club just before our set. I recall walking quickly up the stairs and remembering there was one way in and out of the club.
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If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. Blythe, a tender-hearted man with a voice like Lucifer, was arrested in the Czech Republic when he and the band arrived to do a show in Prague. Blythe had no recollection of the incident in question. Finally, Blythe was exonerated.
Blythe was initially blamed for pushing Daniel Nosek, 19, from the stage during a show in the Czech capital, Prague. The man hit his head on the concrete floor and died from his injuries two weeks later. Blythe was charged with manslaughter, or causing bodily harm to another person with lethal consequences -- charges he beat. The singer, who faced five years in prison if convicted, had traveled to Prague to fight the charges. Prague's Municipal court on March 5 handed down its ruling in favor of Blythe -- a decision the artist announced on Instagram. A relieved Blythe said this at the time: "It would be absolutely intolerable for me to hide from this situation.
The Randy Blythe manslaughter case was a court case in the Czech Republic, stemming from a Lamb of God concert in Prague , wherein year-old fan Daniel Nosek sustained head injuries leading to a coma and subsequent death. According to a verdict delivered by the Municipal Court in Prague on March 5, , it was proven that Blythe had thrown Nosek offstage and thus had moral responsibility for his death. However, due to the circumstances, Blythe was not held criminally liable, and most of the blame lay with promoters and security members. During a concert on May 24, , in the Prague club, Abaton, Blythe was involved in an incident that resulted in the death of Daniel Nosek,  a year-old attending fan. A report about the concert at issue released on May 26, by topzine.