Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe has finally spoken out about the charges he faces, and denied involvement with all manslaughter charges.
Blythe is accused of pushing a fan from the stage in 2010 which later caused the fan's death. However, Blythe has now said that he had nothing to do with the incident.
Blythe spoke to Czech tabloid Blesk in an interview that was later translated by the Blabbermouth website, with the band's reps confirming its authenticity. The Lamb of God frontman spoke about having vague memories of the concert.
He said: "I remember very few details about he show, mainly because I have played a lot of concerts.
"I just remember that the stage at the club was very small, and we barely managed to fit our equipment on there. Also, apparently there was a security guard
there because many people climbed onto the stage -- including one small boy, in particular, but I could be mixing up details with what happened at other clubs."
Blythe added that it was difficult for him to see as he does not wear his glasses on stage, so everything appeared quite blurry. However, he maintained his innocence, going on to say: "In any case, I did not attack anyone.
"The only way I could have come into contact with anyone from the audience was if I was protecting myself from [people bumping into me when climbing on the stage]."
Blythe also spoke about his lack of understanding of the Czech legal system. He said that he had expected to have been released after paying a $125,000 bond
He said: "In terms of justice, I honestly do not know what to expect because it is different than the U.S. I thought that if I made bail, I would be released."
It is still unknown when Blythe will be released.