Randy Blythe has posted a short film documenting his manslaughter trial in Prague, for which he was eventually found innocent in June this year.
The footage was filmed in Prague during the time of his trial and edited at home.
"My idea was to show my mind set through film and music during the process of my trial, and have a more ambiguous ending heading into my final day in court," said Blythe. "I did not know what was going to happen to me, only that I felt I was doing the right thing by being there."
His lawyer advised again releasing the movie until the trail was over, to avoid confusing the authorities. "It is all over now, so here is my poor attempt to try and create art in a time of great personal uncertainty," he adds.
You can watch the movie over on Randy's Randonesia blog.
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