Überblick:Pressestimmen Revolver 10/14/14[A] compelling memoir Like any good rock bio I'm the Man abounds with tales of debauchery fisticuffs and other insanity on the road The book is also full of revelations All this keeps the pages turning. But I'm the Man is not just a tell-all. It's an inspiring tale of perseverance in the face of endless lineup and label changes rehearsal room fires and a fickle music industryand it's also a cautionary tale And Ian pulls no punchesmany at himselfwhen discussing how the craziness of the touring life makes normal' life almost impossible I'm the Man proves to be the perfect title for the book because what ultimately crystallizes is a rounded picture of Ian not as a metal icon but as a man: one who tried and sometimes failed but always kept trying and can look back on it all with honesty and clarity.”Stereo Embers 10/13/14I'm the Man isn't a typical rock star autobiography. Although it has its share of hilarious stories of drugs and partying the book refreshingly focuses on the guiding light of Scott's life: music and in particular the music of Anthrax The book is a thrilling ride through the ups and downs of being in a rock and roll band Moreover I'm the Man will give you a greater understanding of how the Big 4 thrash bandsAnthrax Megadeth Slayer and Metallicasomehow managed to change the course of heavy music steering it away from the hair metal of the 1980s through sheer hard work will and perseverance Scott Ian really is the manand you'd do yourself a disservice by not reading his thrilling autobiography.”This Is Book's Music 10/18/14You might read the book thinking it will be nothing but inside stuff about the band and the recording industry and it does touch on all of this quite well. It also has Ian looking at the world from a personal perspective to show how he loves his music but is also someone with a mind and a sense of humor.”NoEcho.net 10/13/14One of the most outspoken and ubiquitous figures in the heavy metal community it was inevitable that Ian would someday write an autobiography The guitarist is a gifted storyteller conveying each memory with an enthralling balance of humor wit and self-awareness Along with Metallica Slayer and Megadeth Anthrax are part of the 'Big 4' and Ian offers up the kind of insider stories behind all the groups that trivia hounds will eat up It doesn't matter if you're a devout Anthrax follower or just a casual fan of the group I'm the Man is a fun read packed with juicy stories from Ian's colorful career on and off stage Just like the song it was named after I'm the Man is irreverent hilarious and at times aggressive.”LithiumMagazine.com 10/14/14Scott Ian has in his many decades as a touring musician shared the stage with pretty much everyone who is anyone in hard rock and heavy metal. And he seems to have a photographic memory as his power of recall has the uncanny ability to virtually bring the reader into the room with him I'm The Man will please Anthrax fans. It will also please music fans who maybe don't know so much about Anthrax. The passion behind his band perseverance over numerous hardships and the ability to recount tales gone by with an often humorous stilt makes for an entertaining read.”Heavy Metal About.com 10/13/14There aren't a lot of bands where the rhythm guitarist is the most high profile member of the band but Scott Ian has always been the heart of Anthrax [Ian] isn't afraid to say what's on his mind and the book reflects his willingness to tell it like it is even if it sometimes doesn't put him in a very flattering light Ian really knows how to tell a story and the book is extremely compelling. It's a great blend of the events that shaped him and Anthrax his personal life and crazy and hilarious tales from throughout his life. It's a must-read for any fan of Ian and Anthrax.”HornsUpRocks.com 10/15/14One of the best books you will ever read! It's honest it's entertaining and full of stories of one of the guys to blame for Heavy Music being what it is today Whither you are a veteran musician or you are just starting out this is a book you must read and absorb as the amount of knowledge and lessons of perseverance that Scott shares will make you a better musician. Hell this book will inspire any human being to have big goals and to never stop working in order to accomplish those goals.”Eternal Terror 10/20/14An interesting and inspiring read No stone is left unturned in this book when it comes to Anthrax Ian is brutally honest and tells it like it is A fast-paced funny revealing and at times tragic account of how a geeky boy from New York made it in the world of music and just how thin the line between devastating and triumphant really is not just in the world of music but in life in general. The book strikes a really nice balance between the uplifting aspects of being in a metal band as well as all the bullshit backstabbing setbacks and pain that ensue from it all One need not be a fan of Anthrax S.O.D. or even The Damned Things in order to enjoy this book. It is so well-written humorous heart-warming and even downright insane in places that one cannot avoid being moved by it A captivating and fascinating read. Highly recommended!”My Big Honkin Blog 10/25/14It is [Ian's] average Joe-ness that makes his story of struggle determination and persistence told in the new bio I'm the Man so interesting You can't help but root for the guy. The fact that he didn't go out of his way to screw things up like so many rockers do also tends to make the story unique This one is a great read whether you're a fan or not.”The Real Rene 10/14/14Scott Ian is such a cool and down to earth guy that you feel he is right there with you telling you all these stories. This is not a book about drugs or groupies (well maybe some) but rather a compelling story about one of the coolest guys in rock n roll history.”San Antonio Express-News 10/26/14A quick entertaining read that's often laugh-out-loud funny. Scott Ian is a natural storyteller and he offers a clear-eyed ground-level view of the harder edge of metal that Anthrax helped pioneer.”Media Mikes 10/20/14I'm the Man is much more than a collection of road stories as Ian delves deep in to his personal experience with love life and all things Dimebag Darrell Over the book's 316 pages Ian is candid and unabashed A solid read For newer fans and for those who have followed Scott Not' Ian from the early days this book is for you.”Praise for I'm the Man'Jabby gabby and metal-obsessed...exhilarating.'New York TimesJewish Telegraph 9/19/14Scott writes with real honesty I'm the Man stands up as a great insight into one of metal's leading figures. And you don't have to be a thrash or rock fan to enjoy it.”Cleveland Music Examiner.com 10/7/14Eye-opening The hard-charging head-banger has assembled his best anecdotes into the revealing autobiography For every familiar factoid Ian introduces two or three new nuggets even diehard Anthrax fans probably didn't know Despite the shenanigans and chicanery of Ian's teens and twenties the man who emerges here is surprisingly level-headed and articulate.” Werbetext The autobiography of Scott Ian guitarist and cofounder of the legendary thrash metal band Anthrax with a foreword by Kirk Hammett Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Scott Ian is cofounder guitarist and chief lyricist of Anthrax and Stormtroopers of Death. He is a Yankees fan and lives with his wife and son outside Los Angeles California.Jon Wiederhorn is coauthor of Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal and Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen. He is a senior writer at Revolver and a contributor to Guitar World Yahoo.com eMusic and Noisey.com. He lives in Montclair New Jersey with his wife and two children.