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Phobia Vocalist Takes The High Road In Responding To Wife-Beater Allegations

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I wouldn't beat her
I hate people who take the high road. That’s so 1923.

Come on, man. Fucking let us hear it. Don’t pussy out.

I don’t know this Shane Mclachlan character, who Agoraphobic Nosebleed’s Jay Randall blasted last week, saying he’s the “Ike Turner of metal,” but he definitely secured his status as a pussy in my mind for taking the hgh road.

The high road is fucking lame. We want anger, dude. Rage. A reaction. Instead, we get a plug.

“Thank you, Jay Randall for that introduction,” writes Mclachlan. “And since you got people’s attention, Phobia has a brand new full-length coming out in February/March of 2012 titled Remnants of Filth out on Willowtip Records and produced by non other than the master Scott Hull. And remember, folks…opinions are like assholes, everybody has one.”

Actually, dude, that saying has been proven false over and over again. Some people do not have assholes. They were born that way, and life isn’t so grand, so maybe you should reconsider your choice of words.

By the way, it was also proven false recently that you can’t polish a turd. You can. Which bums me out, because now, I can no longer say “You can’t polish a turd, but you can roll it in sprinkles,” which I’ve been saying for eons. Sucks.