Anthrax have announced the title and release date of their much anticipated upcoming new album. Now we know that the record will be called For All Kings and drops come February 26th, 2016 via Nuclear Blast Records. The thrashers have also revealed the cover that will grace the album created by Alex Ross. Feast your eyes on the piece below, where the band members are kings.
Lamb Of God is currently touring in Europe and sadly, the experience in Dublin wasn't a pleasant one for frontman Randy Blythe. He was attacked in Dublin by a gang of teenagers on Sunday night as he explained via Instagram. The vocalist said this happened while taking late night camera shots of the Samuel Beckett Bridge. He was in Dublin for a gig with Megadeth, Children Of Bodom and Sylosis at the 3Arena, which took place on Monday.
Anthrax are on the news again but this time it's new material, folks! The band has some more thrash metal to offer with "Evil Twin," the first new song they've released from their as-yet-untitled upcoming album, set for a first quarter 2016 worldwide release (Megaforce/North America and Nuclear Blast/Europe, UK). The lyric video features a barrage of places, victims, actions, and some of the infamous zealots who have perpetrated violent extremism on innocents around the world. Enjoy both video and new song here as of now.
Even as they focus on a new album, on November 20th, three decades after their 1985 debut, Universal will release a special 30th anniversary edition of Anthrax's classic Spreading The Disease, the band's second studio album and the one that served as the thrash band's breakthrough, and still considered one of the best thrash metal records ever recorded. Now seems like a good time to give it another spin.
Anthrax are back in the studio! Along with producer Jay Ruston, the thrash metal band is currently in a Los Angeles studio recording the follow-up to the band's 2011 Grammy-nominated album Worship Music. The group has been writing and demoing new songs over the past few months and plans to record well into January. Their as-yet-untitled eleventh full-length effort is set for a 2015 release via Megaforce. Let the anticipation begin...
Volbeat has announced a Spring, 2015 North American tour with Anthrax serving as very special guests and Crobot as the opening act. Their return to North America will feature multiple Canadian dates, alongside appearances coast to coast in the United States. The itinerary begins on April 24th in Denver, CO and ends on June 2nd in New York.
Jon Dette will fill in for drummer Charlie Benante on the first few weeks of Anthrax's 29-city European tour that kicked off on May 27th in Barcelona, Spain and runs until July 12th in Balingen, Germany. Benante, who had surgery on his hand last summer and has been going for regular physical therapy up until just recently, thought he'd be back to 100% for the Carolina Rebellion and Beale Street Music Festival shows that Anthrax also did earlier this month.
Anthrax might be working on their new album, but guitarist Scott Ian has other projects on his hands (or fingers) as well. The co-founder of the thrash metal band sold his memoir, I'm The Man, to Ben Schafer at Perseus' Da Capo Press and the book will offer a complete history of the group. The book is scheduled for a fall 2014 release.
In a recent interview, Anthrax's guitarist Scott Ian confirmed that the band is planning to take on guitarist Jon Donais as the permanent replacement for Rob Caggiano. The Shadows Fall guitarist Jon Donais has been touring with Anthrax since Rob Caggiano left in January and then joined Volbeat.
Anthrax have announced plans to film their upcoming show in Santiago, Chile for a new live DVD and promise to play an extended set with tracks from their whole catalog. Testament will be opening the evening's festivities. The band is touring in support of Worship Music and their EP Anthems.
As you probably know by now, Anthrax will release this month their cover EP Anthems and the thrash band is currently streaming their version of Thin Lizzy's song "Jailbreak". You can hear it right here. Alternatively, you can listen to it on the video below.
Thrashers Anthrax are preparing for the release of a new EP, Anthems, and now you can take a listen to their cover of Rush's "Anthem" at this location. The eight-track EP Anthems pays tribute to the classic songs by some of Anthrax's favorite bands from the 1970s and will be released in North America on March 19th (MRI/Megaforce), and on March 22nd in Europe (Nuclear Blast).