Lamb Of God Randy Blythe, singer of metal band Lamb Of God, has released a lengthy open letter to fans and venues about Daniel Nosek, the fan who was killed at a show in Prague, and show etiquette.

If you are a fan and are going to a lamb of god show or ANY SHOW where there will be moshing, crowd surfing, etc.- know that what you are doing carries a risk. Use your brain- if it is too rough for you, get out before you get hurt. If you are wasted on whatever, please realize that you are not a stuntman, sit your ass down at the bar, and relax. Being obliterated is not conducive to injury free concert activities. Also, for Pete's sake, if you are moshing and someone falls down, PICK THEM UP. We have stopped shows before because people have been getting hurt, and we will do it again. This is our community, and we should take care of each other. A show is a place we are supposed to be together, having a good time, supporting one another. The real world will beat you down enough- we don't need to get stomped on at a show. Give each other a hand.

Blythe was acquitted of manslaughter earlier this year and it getting ready to head out on tour with Lamb of God. The full statement may be read here.

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