Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe has released a self-made short film he shot during his manslaughter trial earlier this year in the Czech Republic.
Blythe says the four-and-a-half-minute wordless video shows his mind set during that difficult time. It features clips of Blythe in various locations around Prague, as well as shots of a devilish marionette, which Blythe explains is an important character in Czech folk culture.
He says the figure doesn't represent evil, but instead represents how he viewed himself during the trial and how he felt he was viewed by society.
Blythe ends the video with the message "Rest in Peace, Daniel," in honor of the 19-year-old fan who died at a Lamb of God concert in 2010.
Blythe was a acquitted in the teen's death back in March, and the decision was upheld by the Prague High Court in June.
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