The mighty thrashers Anthrax released the album For All Kings this year, as you probably know. More recently, they have been working on a new cool video for the track "Monster At The End", which has now been revealed. The premise is that there's a little bit of the monster in all of us. Enjoy!
Slayer will join forces this fall with special guests Anthrax and Death Angel for a seven week North American beat down. The dates start in Cleveland, OH on September 9th and will hit both major and secondary markets across the continent. Confirmed dates, with more to follow, are available below.
After five years, Anthrax finally released a new album this year, titled For All Kings. The legendary metallers shared a few new songs before but their first official video from the record just came out. The band is showcasing the track "Blood Eagle Wings" on a chilling new video which features horror and surprise cameos. The clip features a skull-faced king presiding over a draconian society built on torture, torment and murder. A protagonist, played by James Duval (known for his roles in Donnie Darko and Gregg Araki's Teen Apocalypse Trilogy), initially resists the carnage but eventually succumbs to his own graphic fate, inspired by the song's title. Don't miss it.
Anthrax are being sued! According to a report from Detroit Free Press, the metal veterans are being sued by a Detroit artist over the use of his design on the band's Ugly Hanukkah sweater. In a unique copyright infringement lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court, a Detroit artist and businessman is suing Anthrax and others for at least $1 million in damages, claiming his blue-and-white Happy Hanukkah design is showing up on Anthrax sweatshirts, which are being sold for $28.99 on a website called Rockabilia.
A new Anthrax track? Here it is! After premiering the track "Evil Twin" last year as a first taste of their new album For All Kings, the heavy metallers are now "Breathing Lightning". Watch the official 6-minute track video for the song below and tell us if you like it. The band's first new album in five years, For All Kings, will be released this 26th of February on Nuclear Blast Records if you want to get it.
Anthrax will release its long-awaited new album, For All Kings, on February 26th, 2016 via Nuclear Blast. The band has just uploaded a new trailer online. Watch Joey Belladonna, Jonathan Donais, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante and Scott Ian talk about what fans can expect from Anthrax's upcoming album below. Furthermore, the album song titles have been revealed as well.
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.