EVAN SEINFELD: BLABBERMOUTH.NET Is 'Lamest, Weakest, Pussiest Web Site In Entire Music Genre'
Chris Harris of Gun Shy Assassin has posted some of the "leftover" quotes from his recent interview with vocalist/bassist-turned-porn-actor Evan Seinfeld (BIOHAZARD).
Towards the end of the interview, Evan started talking about haters — people who either hate his band or the fact that he gets to bone porn chicks all the time.
"You know where you see the haters? Blabbermouth, which I think is the gayest site — and I don't mean homosexual gay," Seinfeld told Gun Shy Assassin. "It's gotta be the lamest, weakest, most pussiest web site in the entire music genre. It's like a bunch of keyboard ninjas and arm chair quarterbacks who think they know everything about everything."
He continued, "I can take criticism, but I think of where it's coming from. All these people, all they do is diss. Really, what's your talent? What have you done? Of course, it's nothing. It's some fucking pimple-faced kid jerking off on his keyboard, who can only feel cool about himself because he's putting someone down. Go out and meet people.
He added, "It's so pathetic. I don't even look at that site… ever. They pick up every piece of news. It's like… if you're really pathetic and have no life, you probably already go on Blabbermouth. But if you're really pathetic and have no life, and instead of going to the gym to work out, you'd rather say that everybody who works out is a douche, then you should probably go to Blabbermouth because it's like a giant ball of negativity. They can worship my life from afar.
"I think most of the guys on Blabbermouth who talk about me are gay and wanna suck my dick. They're not at terms with their own homosexuality. They're on the Internet, looking at my big dick and jerking off and crying inside because they feel it's not OK to be gay, and really, it is. But they're not OK with it, so they have to diss everyone else because they're angry about their own identity. If that's who you are and how you feel, Blabbermouth is probably the best place to go to spew negativity.
"It's what's wrong with metal — a community of people getting together to talk shit."
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