Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante and Nuclear Assault bassist Dan Lilker (an Anthrax alum) joined Ian via video for the jam session — as can be seen below. The rhythm section was originally part of S.O.D. when the act first made waves in 1985. All that was missing this time around was Billy Milano, S.O.D.’s vocalist.
Check out the footage below;
A message from Sgt. D —
Quaran-fuckin-tine or you’re on my list. You’re welcome, Sgt. D #SOD @skisum #dannylilker #billymilano #stormtroopersofdeath @MonsterMusic pic.twitter.com/gSUKpZjbgT
— Scott Ian (@Scott_Ian) April 8, 2020
In other S.O.D news, NECA Toys are set to release a Stormtroopers Of Death Sgt. D eight-inch clothed action figure in December. The figure is based on the mascot of the satirical 1980s metal band STORMTROOPERS OF DEATH (a.k.a. S.O.D.), which consisted of ANTHRAX members Scott Ian (guitar) and Charlie Benante (drums), ex-ANTHRAX bassist Dan Lilker, and M.O.D.’s Billy Milano (vocals). Sgt. D comes with a removable helmet and assault rifle accessories.
The Sgt. D 8-inch is available for preorder for $32.99. NECA previously released a Scott Ian action figure. For further details, visit NecaOnline.com.