The date has been set.
Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe will have to be back in Prague in February for the start of his trial.
Blythe will finally have his day in court February 4.
As you well know, Blythe faces manslaughter charges in the Czech Republic.
Blythe has repeatedly said that he will return to Prague to clear his name.
The U.S. State Department issued a limp-wristed response to calls from American citizens for some sort of government intervention.
Blythe was formally indicted last month in the death of a fan two years ago.
The fan attended a Lamb of God show, and repeatedly dove from the stage. He suffered a head injury that later killed him.
Larry Mazer, Lamb of God’s manager, issued a statement in response to the charge.
“Obviously, we intend to fight vigorously against these charges as we feel that in no way did Randy intend to cause bodily harm on the young fan who subsequently died from injuries sustained at the show,” Mazer said.
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