While the Randy Blythe/Lamb of God situation still continues to play itself out, guitarist Willie Adler has checked in with a statement, saying the band hope to have Randy out of jail in Prague this afternoon. He also stated that he didn’t remember the incident happening.
“It’s been a rough couple of days. All I can say is that I can’t recall that particular show let alone a fan being beaten on the stage. I think I would’ve noticed something like that considering the Dime thing.”
We’re all still here in the Czech Republic awaiting what is to happen. We hope we’ll be able to get Randy out this afternoon. All our thoughts are with him as well as the family of the deceased fan. We’ve no real clue as to what happened to him, but we send our condolences. All we try to do is entertain; the fans are why we’re here. We would never try and harm anyone.”
While nothing’s been announced yet, it would be assumed that even if Blythe is freed from jail today, Lamb of God won’t be making it to the With Full Force in Germany. They’re also expected to play Helsinki, Finland on Sunday, July 1.
[Update] Police spokeswoman Jana Rosslerova tells the Associated Press that there won’t be ruling on whether or not Blythe will be allowed to leave prison until tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. He was allegedly arrested on Wednesday. Rosslevora said the police believed that Blythe “injured a person who consequently died.” Hopefully some more clarity will come with tomorrow’s ruling.