Tim Lambesis, the lead vocalist and founding member of heavy-metal rock band As I Lay Dying, was arrested on Tuesday, May 7th for plotting to murder his estranged wife. He
Tim Lambesis, the lead vocalist and founding member of heavy-metal rock band As I Lay Dying, was arrested on Tuesday, May 7th for plotting to murder his estranged wife. He allegedly tried to hire an undercover detective for the murder. He was arrested just days after his Asian tour, at a retail establishment in Oceanside, Southern California at 2pm, local time.
According to the San Diego police, this was a murder-for-hire plot. His estranged wife Meggan lives with their three children and had filed for divorce last September. Police spokesperson Jan Caldwell said that they were able to avert what would have been a great tragedy. She refused to comment on his motive or how the police learned about the plan.
The band’s sixth album “Awakened” was released last September. They were nominated for a Grammy in 2008 for the song, “Nothing Left”. They have several As I Lay Dying band members identify as Christians, but Tim Lambesis is said to have lost faith. Tim Lambesis and his wife had adopted their three children from Ethiopia. His fellow band members issued a statement on their website Wednesday night expressing solidarity with Tim, his family and their fans. As I Lay Dying fans have expressed shock and disbelief over the event all over the social media. Saddened fans are leaving support and prayer messages on the singer’s Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Tim Lambesis is currently being held in the Vista Detention Facility. He is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday for arraignment.
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Neal Preston is a photographer who enjoyed a rare privilege back in the 70′s – he had the unparalleled access to Led Zeppelin, a band that will forever hold a special place in the history of rock and roll. The materials that stem from Preston’s time spent with the iconic band are now collected and published in form of a unique ibook titled Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury.
According to its description, a book is a real gem and something fans are likely to embrace as a wonderful trip into the history of rock. The illustrated book brings the astonishing number of over 250 photographs, 100 of which were previously unpublished! Of course, it’s not all about the photos – there are also 80 expandable contact sheets, 25 audio commentaries, 11 video interviews, 44 samples of ephemera and memorabilia – and last but not least, 24 Led Zeppelin setlists. Sounds like a treat!
Then there’s a fact that Preston not only photographed the band’s performances, but also their private parties and other behind-the-scenes moments. This alone ensures an in-depth account of the wild years when they were at the peak of their glory.
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The bad news is you can’t put this book on the shelf… and you basically need an iPad, since the ibook is momentarily available on iBookstore exclusively. Hopefully, the future might give us a book + DVD pack that will bring Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury to a wider audience. Of course, a different e-book format would be a great help, too!