When Jack Osbourne caught up Anthrax on the 2014 GRAMMY red carpet, the thrash metal vets hadn't yet lost to Black Sabbath in the Best Metal Performance category. But don't cry for Anthrax: They told Jack they were totally fine with the idea of the pioneering metal band beating them.
"If we can't win, there's Sabbath. That's where we came from," the metal legends tell Fuse. "If it wasn't for Sabbath, we wouldn't be here."
Later that night, the GRAMMYs inexplicably snubbed Slayer's Jeff Hanneman by not including him in the "In Memoriam" montage. Whether that was an oversight or an intentional slight to the two-time GRAMMY winner, that's inexcusable.
To hear Anthrax talk about the difficult decision of voting for themselves or Sabbath when they got this year's GRAMMY ballot, watch the interview above. And check out Jack interviewing his father Ozzy and the almighty Black Sabbath right here.
As for the night's big winners, find out who won Best New Artist, Best Rap Album and more right here.