Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian isn’t holding back when it comes to his thoughts on bands who heavily rely on pre-recorded tracks during live performances.
Speaking on Live From Nerdville With Joe Bonamassa, Ian voiced his distaste for the growing reliance on pre-recorded tracks, saying:
“I don’t wanna sound like an old man, but, I mean, come on. Look, I get it — if it’s some kind of giant pop act and giant production, or something like that, or if it’s Pink Floyd doing ‘The Wall’ and there’s recorded stuff — voiceovers, whatever, things like that… But I hate going to a show and I just instantly know all the backing vocals are [pre-recorded].
“I think Rob Zombie is someone who does it really well,…