Scott Ian Bashes Sebastian Bach: 'In 20 Years, You've Gone From Paris Hilton to Lemmy'

artist: misc date: 05/20/2014 category: general music news
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Scott Ian Bashes Sebastian Bach: 'In 20 Years, You've Gone From Paris Hilton to Lemmy'
An interesting event called Monster Energy Roast on the Range took place last Thursday (May 15), featuring some of the prominent figures of the metal world honoring and lampooning Slipknot singer Corey Taylor.

Scott Ian of Anthrax and Taylor's bandmate Shawn "Clown" Crahan were among musicians roasting Corey, while former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach was honored with the roastmaster title.

Addressing Bach, Ian gave the vocalist quite a bashing, saying, "I recently read an interview about Skid Row reunion. And Sebastian, in the interview, you said something about how the other guys must hate money because they don't wanna do it? No, they just hate you."

Coming in for the kill, the guitarist added, "You're the one man that makes Dee Snider look like he's aged well. Over the course of 20 years, you've gone from Paris Hilton to Lemmy. You're, like, Dorian Gray, but backwards. Drugs are bad, kids." Ouch.

As Blabbermouth reports, the part of the proceedings from the event goes to MusiCares benefit fund. Previous honorees include Zakk Wylde and Dee Snider of Twisted Sister.
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