With the recent exoneration of front man Randy Blythe from all charges in the Czech Republic, metal band Lamb of God announced today a tour that continues the support of the album "Resolution" and hits 30 markets not yet visited on the current album cycle, including Salt Lake City's In The Venue on May 23.
Support on all dates will beDecapitated with Terror.
All shows are scheduled to go on sale the weekend of March 29.
On June 27, 2012 the Czech police arrested Randy Blythe for manslaughter during a 2010 concert in Prague, charged with committing intentional bodily harm after pushing a 19 year old fan who had climbed on stage. The teen hit his head on the floor when he fell and later died of the injury. Blythe was indicted on the charges in December 2012, but was acquitted on March 5, 2013.
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