BILLY MILANO: ANTHRAX's SCOTT IAN Is A Soulless Bloodsucker With Zero Integrity
Former S.O.D. and current M.O.D. frontman Billy Milano has accused ANTHRAX of attempting to capitalize on the 9/11 tragedy in order to promote their forthcoming album, We've Come For You All.
"What those Arab scumbags did on September 11th is bad enough, but this shit is a fucking disgrace," Milano stated, apparently referring to ANTHRAX's planned airing of a new song called "Refuse To Be Denied" via their official web site to commemorate the World Trade Center tragedy. "I actually saw [ANTHRAX drummer] Charlie [Benante] twice at Ozzfest and was planning on hooking up for dinner. Until this!!! All their statement proves to me is that [ANTHRAX guitarist] Scott Ian is a fucking ridiculous, soulless bloodsucker who has ZERO integrity. I honestly feel sorry for these guys."
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