DEICIDE's GLEN BENTON Talks About Infamous Canadian Border Incident

On Monday, March 1, Glen Benton of DEICIDE will sit down with "Uranium" host Juliya to talk about the new record, "Scars of the Crucifix", his beliefs as a Satanist, what inspires him to write and play, and of course, Juliya gets to the bottom of the now-infamous Canadian border incident from last year.

Glen: "Well I will say this… As far as the weapons, I mean, the weapons thing, the fact was that we travel with a lot of money and the gun was placed there by the owner of the motor home, who's a good friend of mine and it's been there for a long time and that was pretty much you know…"

Juliya: "So you just forgot."

Glen: "That was there and he just gave it up. When asked if there was any guns on the motor home he gave it up, he surrendered it. As far as the pound and a half of weed or whatever the hell it was, you know come on. I mean we are not fucking a bunch of goody goodies I'm not going to lie to you."

Juliya: "What about the steroids, you don't think your angry enough already?"

Glen: "I don't do steroids, I think we all know who does steroids... Luckily I wasn't there when all that went down, I was like 30 minutes outside of Detroit for the next show. What happened was, the night before in Buffalo we told the driver cause he was following Mapquest, so I blame Mapquest alright, they'll be hearing from us. So he accidentally followed his Mapquest into Canada, 'cause he knew he couldn't go in Canada. So it was kind of like an accident kind of thing, you know?"

Juliya: "So how did you guys get out of that anyway?"

Glen: "Luckily there was a state trooper that was a DEICIDE fan, and he went up in front of the judge and got them out real cheap. He told the judge they're just a bunch of crazy rockers and not criminals, and the judge set the bail real low and let them out... We only missed one show."

For more from Glen and the world television premiere of DEICIDE's first-ever video, "Scars of the Crucifix", tune into "Uranium" on Monday, March 1 at 8:00 p.m. EST on Fuse TV.


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