Randy Blythe, the singer of Lamb of God, will remain in prison in Prague for another 10 days over the death of a fan, according to reports.
There had been reports Blythe had been released on bail, but those have not yet been confirmed.
Blythe, 44, was first arrested last week over the manslaughter of a fan he allegedly pushed from the stage back in 2010.
He is accused of pushing the fan, known only as Daniel N, off the stage at the capital's Klub Abaton, with the teenager hitting his head on the venue's concrete floor and dying 14 days later, reports Metro.co.uk.
According to the BBC, a spokesman for Prague 8 Court told the BBC that Mr Blythe had posted bail of four million Czech koruna (£126,000).
Meanwhile, NME quotes local reports in which judge Petr Fassati apparently told Blythe he'll be released after a 10-day period
MTV has reported that the Grammy-nominated Blythe and his band Lamb Og God were due to perform at the Czech Republic capital's Rock Cafe before the arrest.
The hashtag #FreeRandyBlythe took off on Twitter, says MTV, as the metal community took to social media to voice their support for the singer.