After revealing the title of their new album, Canadian metallers Anvil have now disclosed everything about it. Anvil Is Anvil is set for release on the 26th of February 2016 by Steamhammer/SPV. Mark your calendars and check out cover and song titles below. Anvil Is Anvil also features new bassist Chris Robertson and was produced by Martin "Mattes" Pfeiffer (U.D.O.) at the Redhead 4 Studios in Pulheim near Cologne, Germany.
Canadian heavy metal legends Anvil will release their new album, Anvil Is Anvil, on February 26th, 2016 worldwide (excluding Japan) via SPV/Steamhammer. The album now announced will be available on digipak CD, LP, and as a digital download. The trio will then continue to release records regularly after Juggernaut Of Justice and the latest Hope In Hell.
"Hope In Hell" is the new video from Canadian metal legends Anvil, and can now be seen below. The clip was again created by Swedish director Rene U Valdes of Greenworks Productions. The song is of course taken from the album of the same name, the latest record released by Anvil in 2013. The heavy metal unit will embark on another European festival tour this summer with more dates to be added soon.
New York-based metal bands Tombs and Black Anvil are pleased to announce that they will be heading out on a co-headlining European tour this coming April. The Savage Death European march will start on April 9th in Berlin (GER) and will end on April 26th in Dresden (GER). Both bands will be also part of the exquisite Roadburn Festival in Tilburg.
Heavy metal veterans Anvil have some touring plans to share. The band will embark on a extensive headlining tour across the United States next February and March. Direct support will come from Portland sludge metallers Lord Dying, while Sunlord will perform as the opening act on all dates. Check out the list of confirmed tour dates below the official tour flyer.
Black Anvil have some new music for you today! The band released the new song "Still Reborn," the latest cut of sonic blasphemy to be featured on Hail Death, their new album. The New York black metal unit presents Hail Death via Relapse Records in North America/UK/world on May 27th, 2014 preceded by Germany/Benelux/Finland on May 24th, 2014. Listen to the song here. Do you like what you hear?
Canadian veteran heavy metallers Anvil released their new album Hope In Hell this year via The End Records. Today they also debuted a brand new video which you can watch now here. The song chosen for the clip is called "Badass Rock N Roll". Check out the trio in action below.
"Eat Your Words", a brand new song from Canadian heavy metallers Anvil, can now be streamed online. The track comes off the band's new album, Hope In Hell, which is scheduled for release on May 27th in Europe and May 24th in Germany on SPV/Steamhammer and you can listen to it over here. May 28th is the North American release date via The End Records.
In anticipation of the release of Anvil's 15th studio album Hope In Hell, the group has premiered the new song "Badass Rock N Roll" at this location. The track is from the band's new album, which will be released May 28th in North America by The End Records. Enjoy!
Legendary Canadian metallers Anvil have finally revealed more about their upcoming opus Hope In Hell, their 15th studio album and successor to Juggernaut Of Justice. Hope In Hell was recorded with producer Bob Marlette in NRG studios and is coming your way on May 28th through The End Records in North America. In Europe, it will drop on May 27th via SPV/Steamhammer. But for now you can see the album cover and tracklist below.
Canadian heavy metal legends Anvil have entered the studio to record the group's fifteenth album entitled Hope In Hell with producer Bob Marlette in NRG Studios - North Hollywood, California. The End Records (North America) and SPV (Europe) will release the new offering in the spring/summer 2013 with a world tour to follow.
Heavy metal veterans Anvil have some good news for their fans. The band announced that they will release a new album next spring. The album will be titled Hope In Hell and follows 2011's Juggernaut Of Justice. This will be their 15th studio album and the first with bassist Sal Italiano.
Glenn Five is calling it quits after 16 years and six albums with Canadian heavy metallers Anvil, including the band's latest album Juggernaut Of Justice.
Glenn Five justified his departure in a press release: "Playing in Anvil has given me some of the best years of my life. However, after nearly 16 years with the band, the time has come to move on and try new musical endeavors. Although Anvil has been a great band to play in, I have been limited creatively. I have a wide taste in music and I feel that it's time to broaden my horizons."