And the internet is VERY divided on how to feel.
People have A LOT of opinions…
He’s addressed his future and apologised for his involvement in a murder-for-hire plot to kill his ex-wife.
Lambesis was released from jail late last year.
He’s apparently already got a “mega-record deal” lined up.
Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch has penned a defence of disgraced As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis, who was recently sentenced to six years over a murder-for-hire plot. Writing in his regular column for Loudwire, Welch drew multiple parallels between himself and the AILD singer. Welch opens his column by recounting a time in
As I Lay Dying guitarist Nick Hipa has issued to a response to statements made by the band’s disgraced frontman Tim Lambesis — who was sentenced to six years in prison on murder-for-hire charges last week — in an interview published by Alternative Press shortly after his sentencing. In the interview, Lambesis attributed much of
Tim Lambesis, vocalist and founding member of San Diego metal band As I Lay Dying, has been sentenced to six years in prison for his role in a murder-for-hire plot to kill his estranged wife. The sentencing was originally slated to take place on 2nd May, but was delayed until yesterday, 16th May. Judge Carlos
A member of metalcore outfit As I Lay Dying has revealed that a statement made on the band’s website last night did not come from them. Guitarist Nick Hipa has taken to his own Facebook page to imply that the unofficial statement was penned by frontman Tim Lambesis, who in February pleaded guilty to charges
Less than a week after Tim Lambesis pleaded guilty to murder-for-hire charges, his side project, the Arnold Schwarzenegger parody/tribute band Austrian Death Machine, has released a new single, Prepare To Be Conquered, along with the news that their fan-funded record Triple Brutal will drop this April. Midway through last year, the other band members confirmed
Frontman for the Christian metal band As I Lay Dying, Tim Lambesis, has pleaded guilty to charges that he attempted to hire a hitman to kill his estranged wife. The singer entered a guilty plea to one felony count of solicitation of murder in court Tuesday and could face up to nine years in prison.
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis has today learned that enough evidence has been gathered to push on with the case against the vocalist, in which he accused of attempting to hire a hitman to kill his estranged wife. Come Tuesday, 22nd October, Lambesis will be arraigned and will be given his official court
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis has checked in for the first time since being arrested for allegedly trying to hire a hitman to kill his estranged wife. In a statement on his official blog, now deleted, the vocalist has urged fans to remain patient until all the details of his legal proceedings have
You’d think being on trial in a murder-for-hire case that doesn’t seem to be going your way would mean you’d have bigger things on your mind than releasing the third installment of your Arnold Schwarzenegger parody/tribute band, but an update from within camp Austrian Death Machine has confirmed that the band, fronted by the embattled
The plot has thickened in As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis‘ alleged attempt to have his wife murdered, with the singer’s lawyer saying in court that steroids were to blame for his behaviour. Lambesis appeared for a bail hearing in Vista Superior Court on Friday, 17th May, where UT San Diego reports that his
New details on As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis’ alleged plot to have his wife murdered have emerged following today’s arraignment, with evidence suggesting the singer from the American Christian metalcore band had also denounced his religion. The Vista Superior Court heard that Lambesis met with an undercover detective he believed to be a
Tim Lambesis, frontman and founding member of San Diego metalcore outfit As I Lay Dying, has been arrested for allegedly soliciting an undercover detective to kill his estranged wife. Reuters reports that Lambesis was arrested at approximately 2:00pm yesterday (7:00am AEST today local time) on Vista Way, Oceanside, a Californian coastal city just north of