SLIPKNOT/BIOHAZARD Guest Appearance With DJ ROB GEE Ends in Fistfight: Video Available

A controversial appearance by SLIPKNOT and BIOHAZARD members during DJ Rob Gee's set at the Dutch techno festival Sensation Black Saturday (July 8) ended in fistfight between the DJ and a concertoer. According to the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, techno fans began booing the DJ before his set had even started. At around 2:00 p.m., Gee was about to launch into his '90s hit "Ecstasy - You Got What I Need" when an audience member climbed up on stage. Allegedly feeling threatened by the man, Rob Gee got into a fistfight with the concertoer before being separated by several stage hands who witnessed the altercation.

Commenting on the incident, Rob Gee said, "The guy came running at me and attacked me. I immediately thought of my friend and former PANTERA guitarist Dimebag Darrell. He got shot on stage."

Check out video footage of the incident from Video#1, Video#2.

Rob Gee was backed on stage by none other than DJ Starscream (a.k.a. Sid Wilson) of SLIPKNOT and Billy Graziadei and Scotty "Sure Shot" Roberts of BIOHAZARD. Other artists that performed at Sensation Black included DARK RAVER, THE PROPHET, and KAI TRACID.

DJ, producer and beat creator Rob Gee is also member of AMPT, a project featuring Sid Wilson, Scott Roberts, Fred Wood on drums, and Keith Rooney of GUTWRENCH on bass guitar.



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