Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe has been bailed by Czech police on a manslaughter charge after his band stumped up $125,000 to free him.
Blythe was arrested last week on charges relating to an incident at a Lamb Of God gig in Prague in 2010 gig and released over the weekend after bail of 4 million korun ($125,000) was paid.
Despite being out on bail, Blythe must stay in the country until the case is closed.
Blythe's charges date back to 2010 when Lamb Of God performed in Prague and a fan got on stage with the band, leading to a scuffle. The fan later died, with police believing that the death was caused by injuries sustained during the fight at the Club Abaton venue.
Lamb Of God have started a campaign to 'FreeRandyBlythe' on Twitter whilst a lawyer acting for the band stated that he believed the charges to be 'wrongful' and adding that: "lawyers are dealing with it, and we expect him to be fully exonerated."
A Prague police spokesperson confirmed Blythe's arrest, saying: We have arrested the singer and charged him with the crime of bodily harm of 4th degree and resulting in the death of the fan.".