VAN HALEN Bassist To Launch Line Of Condiments

Following in the footsteps of AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry, whose "Rock Your World Boneyard Brew" line of condiments has reportedly been a great success since its launch last year, VAN HALEN bassist Michael Anthony has announced plans to start up his own brand of hot sauce.

"It's common knowledge that Michael Anthony is a hardcore hot sauce connoisseur and after years of sampling the world's finest hot sauces, the mighty bassist has decided to come out with his own brand of liquid fire!" reads a message on Anthony's official web site.

"Michael has teamed up with Ring Of Fire to produce his molten mischief in a bottle, which should be available in the fall of this year right here at [Michael's official web site] Mad Anthony's Cafe as well as Ring Of Fire's web site and stores across the country.

"The sauce won't be for the faint of heart though — you're gonna need some asbestos underwear for this stuff! We'll keep you posted as things develop!"

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