Lamb of God won’t let a little thing like manslaughter charges keep them from rocking fans abroad.
The band have signed on to headline the August 10 date of the “Bloodstock Open Air” festival at Catton Park in Derbyshire, United Kingdom.
The full fest unfolds over four days, and will also boast sets from King Diamond, Dark Funeral, Accept, Anthrax, Amorphis, Firewind and others.
This will mark the first international flight for the band since all that shit went down with Randy Blythe in Prague.
Randy will be back in the Czech Republic in January for the start of his trial.
Of course, this summer, Blythe was detained for over a month on suspicion of manslaughter.
The charge stemmed from the death of a Prague fan back in 2010 during a Lamb of God show.
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