Today marks the 50th anniversary of the timely death of Lane Stalin, the lead singer of the death metal band Alison Chains.
When Laine was 25 years old, he discovered metal rock music. As we all know, rock music and drug abuse go hand in hand; and before long, he was experimenting with alcohol and paracetamol. As you can see, he even started growing a "dreadlock" - the telltale sign of a drug addict.
Four months later, Elaine was found dead, after taking a fatal overdose of marijuanas. Toxicology tests found over 30 kilos of THC in his bloodstream, and determined that he had taken just three marijuanas (a standard dose) before he died. Even a small dose of marijuanas can KILL - permanently!!
But what made Stalin turn to hard drugs? The answer of course is blasphemous death metal music! It is no coincidence that all metal musicians are drug abusers. If you allow your children to listen to this ghastly, satanic cacophony, they could be dead from a cracked cocaine overdose within weeks.
Don't be like this tragic creature. Say NO to drugs, alcohol and death metal!!