Recently jailed on manslaughter charges, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe has been released from Czech Police's custody and is headed back to New York.
Speaking to Czech news channel, TV Nova at the airport Blythe said "I'm relieved to be out of Pankrác jail,it wasn't bad, but it wasn't exactly fun."
Lamb of God were forced to cancel a string of tour dates after lead singer Blythe was arrested over the manslaughter of a man at one of their gigs, accused of shoving the man from the stage. Speaking about the gig in question, Blythe said he had little memory of the night.
The singer was initially denied bail as he was considered a flight risk, and was forced to stay indefinitely incarcerated. However his lawyer handed him a lifeline by stating that he believed the injuries sustained by the man on that night were caused by a venue security guard, not Blythe.
Blythe has been released from prison after an agreement was reached over his bail, however he will have to return to Prague to face trial. Radvan said that that's what the singer wants to do, and as "a world-renowned artist, in a specific genre of music, he cannot afford to simply disappear."
Lamb of God's manager Larry mazer was sent this youtube tape, and he claims it is definitive evidence that Blythe is innocent.