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Randy Blythe Offers Advice To Concert Goers After Astroworld Tragedy


In light of the Astroworld tragedy, Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God says that when it comes to concert safety, quote, "the buck stops with the person who is holding the mic".

He spent time in a Czech prison in 2012 after he was arrested and charged with manslaughter for allegedly pushing a 19-year-old fan off stage at a show, causing his death.

He said, "being a spokesperson for safer shows is both my responsibility as a good man and the fulfillment of a face-to-face promise I made to the family of a dead fan."

His advice to audience members is to alert the band to a problem by either holding your arms in an "X" above your head or to make the "time out" signal because yelling and waving will go unnoticed.

He also said to be aware enough to pick someone up if they fall down. 

*Scroll to see the "time-out" signal

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