Anthrax's Scott Ian understands why Gene Simmons said rock is dead -- but not, in a larger sense, with the premise.
For many rock fans, getting the chance to walk into a bar and try to keep up with Lemmy in his prime would be a little like a sports fanatic being invited to play basketball with Michael Jordan.
For Scott Ian, having the chance to work with Roger Daltrey was a dream come true -- until he was asked to critique the long-time Who frontman's performance.
With the 28th anniversary of Cliff Burton's tragic death arriving today, the Metallica bassist's legacy looms large for fans and friends -- including Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian.
The Anthrax guitarist took some gratuitous shots at the former Skid Row singer at a recent roast.
Slash surprised fans of Anthrax at the House of Blues in Los Angeles on Wednesday night (March 27) by taking the stage to play guitar on 'T.N.T.,' the AC/DC song Anthrax chose for their new album of covers called 'Anthems.' The band turned in a pretty convincing rendition, captured on the fan video below.
For over thirty years now, drummer Charlie Benante has been captaining the mighty ship Anthrax through choppy metallic waters, alongside first mate Scott Ian and fellow crew members of differing rank, station and duration – all of them responsible, in some measure, for steering the band’s career into the so-called ‘Big Four’ of thrash and keeping it there.
Anthrax's classic rock cover song choices provide great insights into the old-school roots of these legendary New York thrashers. Over the years, Scott Ian and company have almost built their own cottage industry out of covering other bands’ songs. Never ones to dismiss or disguise their influences, the