Lamb of God Revisiting Randy Blythe's Trial With 'As the Palaces Burn' Documentary

artist: Lamb of God date: 10/16/2013 category: entertainment
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Lamb of God Revisiting Randy Blythe's Trial With 'As the Palaces Burn' Documentary
Lamb of God have announced November 20 as the premiere date of their updated "As the Palaces Burn" documentary. The film was initially announced in June 2012, but postponed due to singer Randy Blythe's manslaughter trial in Czech Republic. The updated version will now include trial details and hopefully give fans a more thorough insight of the entire legal process. The band also posted a new official trailer, showing the band's story and fans in the first half, and then focusing on the trial during the rest of the clip. "It felt like the right thing to do, to come back even though it f--ing sucks." Blythe said about the his trial. "Sometimes doing the right thing isn't the most comfortable thing." The video also shows Blythe being asked by the court to explain terms such as stage diving or moshing. As previously reported, Randy was acquitted of all charges in early March. The premiere itself will take place in Amsterdam at the International Documentary Film Festival. Check out the clip below.
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