Former ANTHRAX Frontman Not Involved With Upcoming VH1 Special

Following last week's controversy surrounding former ANTHRAX bassist Danny Lilker's non-involvement with the upcoming ANTHRAX VH1 Behind The Music special (see original report here), ex-ANTHRAX frontman Neil Turbin has confirmed that, as of this time, he has not been contacted about contributing to the documentary and he doesn't expect to be, considering the show's planned air date of February/March. According to Turbin, “a close source of mine who spoke directly to the producer of one of their other highly rated shows (up there in the food chain at VH1), was told that I had not been contacted and said he was surprised to hear that. I also heard that they outsource west coast production to a third-party west coast company. More than likely it's in post-production by now if they're planning on airing it as soon as February of this year.”


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