In which Scott pukes on a girl, recalls the sacking of Dave Mustaine, and reveals which member of Metallica turned him on to R.E.M.
Metal, specifically heavy metal, was an escape from the doldrums of the ‘burbs. And no one flew the flag of metal as ardently and consistently as Ronnie James Dio.
Legendary metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio will be the subject of a tribute album featuring contributions by Metallica, Anthrax and Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford, and — with a nod and a wink — Tenacious D.
There’s nothing really like talking with Scott Ian. Whether the topic is KISS (one of his early favorite bands), Public Enemy (who he feels deserves their spot in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame), food or sports, he’s one of the most fascinating subjects to interview.
Kings of Leon and Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead and Furthur will headline the Forever Festival, which launches Aug. 4 and will run through Aug. 11.
The New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox rivalry is one of the most well known in all of sports, but Anthrax’s Scott Ian Ian tells Radio.com that those rivalries seemed insignificant when his band played Massachusetts last Friday.
Hard rocker Scott Ian, of Anthrax, isn’t opposed to rap acts being inducted into the Rock Hall, unlike many of his peers. Here, he tells us what makes Public Enemy, who will be inducted this week, so worthy of Rock Hall recognition.
“I feel like they’re never gonna let KISS in, which is pretty f****** lame when you consider what they’ve accomplished.”
Scott Ian is no stranger to the GRAMMY Awards. His band Anthrax have been nominated three times in the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance category since its introduction in 1990. This year they’ve garnered their fourth, […]
Anthrax’s “I’m Alive” has had a long road to the GRAMMYs. There song has gone through changes to the title and lyrics, the band went through three singers and the country has a different President […]