Boston: Da Capo Press, 2014. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Foreword by Kirk Hammett. 32 pp. photographs and illustrations, most in color, with a 16 pp. comic illustrated in color by Stephen Thompson. Boston: Da Capo Press, 2014. First edition. If not metal's most recognizable face, Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian (b.1963) certainly sports the genre's best goatee. Here, he relates his own story of perseverance in the face of endless lineup and label changes, rock 'n' roll mayhem, and a fickle music industry, and addresses the trials and tribulations of his personal life. Following in the footsteps of fellow rocker turned raconteur Henry Rollins, Ian embarked on a successful spoken word tour following the publication of this memoir. Signed by Scott Ian on the title page. Octavo. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
(Inventory #: 64323)
Literature, Poetry, California and the West, Travel and Exploration, Archives and Ephemera, Heavy Metal
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