BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Guitarist Comments On NIKKI SIXX's Bass-Throwing Incident
BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION guitarist Tracii Guns has refuted published reports that his B.O.D. bandmate Nikki Sixx (ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE) knocked a Nevada fan out last Saturday night (May 22) when he flung his instrument into the crowd and clocked the guy in the head.
Describing the previously published account of what supposedly transpired that night as a "crock [of] shit," Guns wrote in a posting to the Metal Sludge "Gossip Board" that "Nikki threw his bass to Scott Sorry from AMEN just before he jumped in the crowd to find me. Problem was… Nikki jumped right over me into the crowd then I had to jump in to tell him I wasn't in the crowd. Nobody's instrument hit anyone but Scott. The kid ripped his eye-ring out of his eye dodging flying fists and then ended up on the bottom of the pile. In a nice puddle of eye-ring blood. Just another night on the first leg of the tour.
"This ain't a classic rock tour," Guns continued. "Some nights it's brutal in the crowd, and there is usually one fuctard starting shit in the crowd. At almost every show someone got punched shoved or bludgeoned with some idiot's out-of-controlness. We tried to get with the people that got injured and gave them swag, beer and a sandwich."
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