BIOHAZARD's SEINFELD Says He Would Love To Silence FRED DURST Once And For All

June 3, 2003

BIOHAZARD frontman Evan Seinfeld was recently asked by, "If there was one celebrity you could punch in the face as hard as you could without any repercussions/punishment/lawsuit, who would it be and why?" Seinfeld replied, "[LIMP BIZKIT's] Fred Durst, because although he sells millions of records, he remains a jealous hater, signing bands to shelf them — in other words, buying out his competition. I'm tired of his whining…so he gets no pussy, 'cuz he is one. Must he sing in that whining like a spoiled five-year-old voice? I'd love to silence the bastard once and for all."

In the same interview, Seinfeld was asked about the "earlier" days of BIOHAZARD when the band were writing songs with more of an Aryan tone ("Master Race", "America") compared to their later efforts, which were a little more forgiving ("Shades of Grey", "Black And White And Red All Over"). Why the change in politics? Was it a deliberate act to cater to a larger audience? Says Seinfeld: "The songs on the first demo were meant to shock, be vague, and get your attention. We never were racist, but it was a great attention-getter to use metaphoric lyrics, and people like yourself, who didn't read any on the lyrics, must feel stupid right now after reaching so far, and coming up with nothing. Bet you don't feel so clever anymore. 'Master Race' [which features the lines 'Fighting for our freedom / working all in stride / we'll march across the world / with American Nazi pride'—ed.] is a song about uniting all the underground kids, from punk, hardcore, metal, rap…street people — and rising up, like in [the movie] 'The Warriors'." Read more here.

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