Metal singer accused of manslaughter performs in Houston

This undated promotional photo provided by Adrenalin PR shows members of the Richmond, Va., based rock band "Lamb of God," from left, John Campbell, Randy Blythe, Mark Morton, Willie Adler and Chris Adler. The band was set to appear at the Great Western Forum with the Grammy-nominated "Slipknot," as part of the Subliminal Verses Tour on April 9, but the owners of the venue near Los Angeles wanted to cancel the entire show and relented after it determined that Slipknot had toned down its image. (AP Photo/Greg Watermann)

December 6, 2012 7:18:40 PM PST
A heavy metal singer charged in the death of a fan in Europe was in downtown Houston Thursday night, performing in a concert at Bayou Place.

Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe was indicted for manslaughter Monday by authorities in the Czech Republic. Two years ago, a fan jumped on stage during a concert and was shoved by Blythe. The fan fell and died of a head injury two weeks later.

"The government over there, they posted a video of it and all that, and it showed the security guy pushing him off and he runs into him and he just kinda shoved and the guy just fell off stage," Lamb of God fan Scott Fisher said.

KTRK legal analyst Joel Androphy says this is a security issue. He also says the singer would not have been charged in the United States.