Lamb of God guitarist Willie Adler has commented on the arrest of his bandmate, singer Randy Blythe, on manslaughter charges in Prague:

"It's been a rough couple of days. All I can say is that I can't recall that particular show let alone a fan being beaten on the stage. I think I would've noticed something like that considering the Dime thing.

"We're all still here in the Czech Republic awaiting what is to happen. We hope we'll be able to get Randy out this afternoon."

Read his entire statement on Metal Sucks.

Vince Neil owns a private jet company so it would only make sense that the Motley Crue singer and entrepreneur would take the next step and attempt to earn his pilot's license. That's just what the rocker (and strip club owner) is doing. The process has been filmed for a PBS series called The Aviators. Maybe Neil and commercial pilot and Iron Maiden vocalist can go into business together. [Las Vegas Weekly]

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Slayer
will spend their summer vacation on Mayhem 2012, so in honor of the trek, the band is offering a 12 percent discount on items in the webstore. If you've been eyeing a particular piece of merch, now is the time to nab it, since you get a few bucks off. [Slayer Webstore]

Asking Alexandria's Through Sin + Self Destruction trilogy is now online in uncensored form for your viewing pleasure. The band is also working on a full-length feature film, which will take a look at the inner workings of the music business and offer perspective of fans, bands and the industry itself. Of course the focus will be on Asking Alexandria, as well. It's due to drop in 2013, although it's not clear if it will be straight-to-DVD or if it will see theatrical release. [ThePRP]