Paul, dude get over it and move on. We all know that the only reason you are still bashing Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, is to get people worked up so they will buy your book. Just move to Florida or Arizona and retire already.
We all know Malcolm Young had a stroke and due to the complications, he
was never going to return to the AC/DC lineup.
There has been article after article about his medical situation and
the lingering effects. It’s like the same paragraphs are being
used over and over by everyone.
For example: The family of AC/DC
guitarist Malcolm Young has
confirmed that he has dementia, a brain disorder that interferes with a
person's ability to carry out everyday tasks.
A couple of days ago People Magazine (really People
Magazine?????) produced an article with all of the same re-hashed crap. Hey
People Magazine, go back to worrying about who are the top 100 most beautiful
people in the world. IDIOTS!!!!!!!
I hope you all agree with me when I say leave him alone. Let the man
have his privacy, let him rest.
Gary Holt, the respected guitar player who
started with Exodus in 1981 and joined Slayer in 2011, is now part of ESP
Guitars’ acclaimed artist endorsement roster.
According to theESP website,
ESP guitars has announced that Gary Holt of Exodus fame and part-time Slayer
guitarist has joined the ESP family.
"I am way beyond excited to announce
my return to the mighty ESP!” said Holt. “The new guitars are amazing, and I
can't wait to unleash the new signature model on the world! It's going to be a
sick shred machine with that crushing tone ESP has been long known for! Can't
wait to let this beast roar!"
Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett, an early band
mate and decades-long friend of Holt, commented, “Gary has influenced a whole
generation of metal guitarists with his wicked riffs and leads in Exodus. I'm
happy that he's jumped on for the ESP ride!”
ESP’s director of artist relations Chris
Cannella says, “I am so proud to have Gary on board at ESP. Not only is he one
of the best players in metal… he created thrash metal!”
Gary Holt joined Exodus in 1981 shortly
after their formation, and has been the band’s main songwriter ever since. Holt
has performed on every Exodus album, and is considered highly influential in
the world of thrash metal.
In 2011, he began filling in for Slayer
guitarist Jeff Hanneman at live shows, and became the band’s full-time
co-guitarist as of 2013, while remaining a member of Exodus. In October, Exodus will be releasing their
tenth studio album, Blood In, Blood Out, on the Nuclear Blast label.