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Anthrax - Wins Kerrang! award; Scott checks in

Here's from the official ANTHRAX site, Anthrax.com:

"August 26, 2004: Comrades,
We won at the Kerrang awards! They gave us the award for "Spirit Of Rock" which is given to a band that has changed the face of music and has been a major influence on others. It was really cool. The event itself is huge. I had no idea it was so big. They had a killer video presentation showing clips of our whole career, from Madhouse to What Doesn't Die with a voiceover giving our history. Rob and I had no clue that we were getting this. It was kept secret from us the whole time. I thought we were nominated in a category with other bands so when they announced this award and said this years winners etc.etc. I realized they had picked us for the award. Rob and I went up and I gave a very excited and brief thank you speech and then we were whisked off to the press room for all kinds of TV and radio. It was really cool to be recognized by a magazine that I've been reading since before ANTHRAX. I'll have a more in-depth report in the new AM I will write on the plane home tomorrow!
Cheers,
Scott"

Source: siN's Metal News

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1. MarineChick007 writes:

Scott Ian gets a good noodle star for not getting political in his thank you speech.

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2. graves writes:

hey brad do you have something bad to say about anthrax,

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