Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe has been officially indicted on charges of manslaughter by the State Attorney's Office in Prague, the Czech Republic. According to Loudwire, the charges were filed on Friday (November 30th) and mean that Blythe will have to stand trial. The singer was arrested last summer and held in a Czech prison for five weeks when the band stopped there on a European tour. He was forced to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in bail before being allowed to return home.
The charges stem from an incident in 2010 in which a fan died nearly a month after he sustained a head injury following an apparent stage fall while attending a Lamb Of God concert in Prague. The prosecutor maintains that Blythe pushed the man off the stage, leading to his injury. Video of the alleged incident has been posted online, although it's been disputed whether the man seen in the footage is the same one who died and whether Blythe even pushed him.