The Best Filmed Fights in Rock N Roll History, Either Band mates fighting each other or Bands Fighting fans or another band… Watch The Here
Rock Fights … Lamb of God vs Each Other
Lamb of God members and crew get drunk and start arguing then as a fist-fight between vocalist Randy Blythe and guitarist Mark Morton broke out.</div>
The Brian Jonestown Massacre vs Each Other ..
While Filming the documentary ‘Dig!,’ the Brian Jonestown Massacre had invited music industry representatives from varies labels to a live show where the band was hoping to get a new record deal. The band was upset over Anton Newcombe’s heroin use, resulting in a fight between the many band members on stage during their performance.
Tool Front Man Maynard James Keenan vs Fan
Maynard James Keenan had a fan rush the stage and he put the fan in a chokehold while continuing to sing for a full 10 minutes during the song Push It at the 4:07 mark live at The London Astoria; London, England on February 23 1997.
Axl Rose Vs Photographers (plural)
Guns and Roses front man Axl Rose went off on an annoying photographer at LAX December 10 2011
St. Louis Guns N’ Roses concert in 1991, frontman Axl Rose dove into the crowd to confiscate a camera from a fan which lead to him walking off the stage and ending show
Best of Axl Rose Pissed Off – 1988 – 1993
Cobain vs Bouncer … Kurt Cobain Vs Fans
On July 17, 1989, Nirvana were played at New York City’s Pyramid Club when a drunken fan jumped on stage and took over show for nearly a minute then, Kurt Cobain and guitarist Jason Everman knocked him out.
Live in Concert 10/19/91 Trees, Dallas, Texas. During the show Kurt starting smashing his guitar on the Monitor Board due to monitor problems during the show after Polly, then During Love Buzz he dove into the crowd and had a fight with a bouncer
This is a clip from a Green Day show in Fillmore, CA in 1997. Billie Joe jumps into the crowd after seeing someone picking on other fans.
Here he throws out kid for fighting at show
And who could forget this at the iHeart Music Fest
Henry Rollins vs Kid in the crowd
Here a kid in the crowd was taking swipes at Henry Rollins, Henry finally had enough
As a child and teenager, Rollins suffered from depression and low self-esteem. In the fourth grade, he was diagnosed with <a title=”Hyperactivity” href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperactivity”>hyperactivity</a> and took <a title=”Methylphenidate” href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methylphenidate”>Ritalin</a> for several years so that he could focus during school. He attended <a class=”mw-redirect” title=”The Bullis School” href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bullis_School”>The Bullis School</a>, then an all-male preparatory school in <a title=”Potomac, Maryland” href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potomac,_Maryland”>Potomac, Maryland</a>.
Glenn Danzig vs. Danny Marianinho
In the May 2011 issue of U.K.’s <a class=”midl” href=”http://www.metalhammer.co.uk/” target=”_blank”>Metal Hammer</a> magazine, <b>Glenn Danzig</b> was asked about the widely circulated video clip from 2004 (see below) where <b>North Side Kings</b> singer and frequent <b>Soulfly</b> collaborator <b>Danny Marianinho</b> confronts Glenn backstage because Danny’s band didn’t get to play at one of <b>Danzig</b>’s gigs before Glenn shoves him and ends up getting punched out by Marianinho. To this day, there are those who are surprised that someone with Danzig’s martial-arts training should have been so easily knocked down. “<i>I allowed it to happen</i>”, Glenn told Metal Hammer. “<i>Why? Because there are always those looking to goad you into hitting them so they can sue you. It happens to public figures all the time. It’s a way of life.</i>” Speaking to <a class=”midl” href=”http://www.spin.com/” target=”_blank”>Spin</a> magazine in 2007, Danzig elaborated on his reasons for avoiding a full-on physical altercation with Marianinho. “<i>No one asks, ‘Why did you push him instead of nailing him right in the face?’ ‘Cause there’s a camera rolling!'</i>” he said. “<i>I have so many friends who’ve lost tons of money from that setup, punching people and getting sued. One of my guys a long time ago worked for <b>Guns N’ Roses</b> and he told me, ‘You’re lucky you’ve never been sued.’ He said <b>Duff McKagan</b> would go into these clubs, and a guy would have a friend there with a camera: ‘Hey, Guns N’ Roses pussy!’ [Strikes fist against palm, mimicking a punch] And they’d walk out. Next day, million-dollar lawsuit.</i>” When asked about the incident in a 2006 interview with <a class=”midl” href=”http://knac.com/” target=”_blank”>KNAC.com</a>, Danzig said, “<i>I know they (the North Side Kings) milked it (the video) for all they could. But that was two years ago. I don’t know how much good it ended up doing for them. Are they even still around? The only people who keep bringing it up are you people (music hacks). And, yes, I am sick of talking about it. But the people who have always liked me probably still like me, the people who hate me probably still hate me. It didn’t change anything.</i>” In a July 2004 statement to <a class=”midl” href=”http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/” target=”_blank”>Blabbermouth.net</a>, Danny Marianinho explained the circumstances that led to his confrontation with Danzig. “<i>North Side Kings were to play with Danzig [on July 3, 2004] in Tuba City, Arizona</i>”, he said. “<i>To make a long story short, the whole show was a disaster and a few bands got bumped off. Mr. Danzig (or his management??) refused to push back the original scheduled time slot so North Side Kings and <b>Rapid Fire</b> would have to play ‘after’ his set. Whatever – we agreed to play later because we drove 6 hours and didn’t feel like going home without playing.</i>” “<i>Needless to say, as soon as Danzig was finished, the venue turned on the lights and Danzig’s crew and the staging company began to take the stage apart almost instantly. I confronted Mr. Danzig backstage while he was signing autographs and told him I thought he was an asshole because of his ‘rock star’ attitude and no consideration towards the FEW other bands that got bumped off tonight. In a fit of rage he turned around and slammed me into the wall yelling ‘F-ck you, motherf-cker,’ trying to be a big, tough guy in front of his fans. I, in self-defense, punched him in the face, knocking him out as he was attacking me again. He went down, bleeding from his mouth, eyes rolled back, and in shock that he got knocked to the floor so quickly.</i>” “<i>A friend happened to tape the entire incident and this is all documented. Many witnesses saw him attack me, and I did what any man would do.</i>” “<i>It was unfortunate that this went the way it did – and I hoped Glenn Danzig learned a valuable lesson tonight: Do not lay your hands on anyone unless you can handle what may happen.</i>” “<i>I apologize for nothing, except for the poor little kids that had to witness this big asshole get his ass kicked in a matter of seconds…</i>”