ZAKK WYLDE: I Would Lay An Ass-Whoopin' On No-Talent FRED DURST He Wouldn't Soon Forget
OZZY OSBOURNE/BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Zakk Wylde on the prospect of auditioning for the vacant guitarist slot in LIMP BIZKIT (as quoted by Music's Bottom Line):
When that came to the LA Guitar Center, I was hanging out with [SLAYER guitarist] Kerry King. We were like, 'Why don't we go down there and try out?' Now, imagine that. Me with my big beard and Kerry with his bald, tattooed head in a line with a bunch of wannabe losers to play in a band that features no talent at all now that [ex-LB axeman] Wes [Borland] left. All I wanted to do was get in there. If I would have, I would have had to lay an ass-whoopin' on that f*cking no-talent Fred Durst that he wouldn't soon forget. That band is such an embarrassment. To call that metal is just disgusting. I know that Wes left that band because he knew that he'd made his money and couldn't take further embarrassment of being associated with such trash. Those guys just suck.
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