Watch Johnny Rotten and Marky Ramone Lose It on Each Other During a Punk Panel

No watching unless you go to the link at the bottom of the page By Calum Slingerland Published Mar 07, 2019 As part of a screening event for Epix’s forthcoming docuseries Punk, a host of genre icons got together this week for a panel discussion. Unexpectedly, some serious punk rock angst was captured onstage rather than on-screen, with Sex Pistols‘ John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten) getting quite the rise out of the Ramones‘ Marky Ramone. Clips of the Monday (March 4) conversation — which also featured Henry Rollins, Guns N’ Roses‘ Duff McKagan, L7‘s Donita Sparks and Punk producer John Varvatos — shared by Rolling Stone show the two aged punks getting into it following questions and discussion of formative acts in the genre’s legacy. The publication points out that at first, things became testy between Lydon and Rollins. “Henry, we ain’t never met before, have we?” the Sex Pistols singer offered. “You’ve said silly things but excellently good things, too.” Rollins countered, “And you called Black Flag a bunch of suburban rich kids and we wanted to tear your ears off.” Lydon agreed, responding, “Yes, I did, but I didn’t like the fucking music. It was boring.” It was soon Marky Ramone’s turn to get involved, with Lydon looking to speak after the drummer reflected on the Ramones’ role in punk’s genesis. Lydon snapped that MarkyContinue Reading