So when is Glenn Danzig going to realize it's not 1990 anymore? I can tell you it won't be anytime soon.
By Jonas Rogowski (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Glenn, like most people his age, appears afraid of technology. At a show over the weekend, he noticed someone recording a song on their cell phone. He didn't like that...not, one, bit. So he motioned for "security" to go get him. Then right as security made their way to the guy (It didn't take long since it's a small venue. Danzig's not playing arenas these days) Glenn instructs the crowd
"Somebody punch that (expletive expletive) hole right there"
Now because this was someone taking video, THE VIDEO has made it's way to the internet. You can check it out below, just be aware that there's some content you might not want others to hear. Like audio from a Danzig concert...oh, and he swears a couple of times, so probably NSFW:
The problem with people like Glenn Danzig and Nikki Sixx, is that they don't realize what people USE these videos for. NO ONE IS SELLING A CELL PHONE BOOTLEG VIDEO OF YOUR CONCERT GLENN! People take this video, toss it up on their social network profiles and say "Check out the great show I was at" which actually HELPS YOUR CAUSE GLENN.
There are artists, management companies, and record labels who try to BUY that kind of word-of-mouth buzz about bands and shows. But when you do this, it creates the opposite reaction. We see this video online and, and least for me, I think "Why would I want to subject myself to that?". Do you really want to go to a show where the artist is more concerned about what YOU'RE doing than what they're getting paid (by you) to do?
Glenn, it's not 1990 anymore. Please catch up.