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Anthrax Debut First Song From New Album

Anthrax - Evil Twin

Thrash metal veterans Anthrax have debuted the first song from their upcoming unnamed album. The track is called “Evil Twin” and you can listen to it below. Please upgrade your browser “I was very affected by the Charlie Hebdo massacre as I have been with all of the shootings that have taken place at schools

Anthrax Releasing 30th Anniversary Edition of Spreading the Disease

Anthrax - Spreading the Disease

As thrash metal veterans Anthrax celebrate 30 years since their debut album and with their upcoming album coming out November 20, 2015, the band has announced that Universal will release a special 30th anniversary edition of Anthrax’s Spreading the Disease, the band’s second studio album. “We wanted to do something special for our fans to

Anthrax Streaming New Song Soror Irrumator

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Anthrax is streaming a new song entitled “Soror Irrumator,” which is the band’s contribution to the second installment of Catch the Throne: The Mixtape for HBO’s Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning series Game of Thrones. Please upgrade your browser Explains Scott Ian about the song: “Our contribution to the mixtape was a song we had already

Megadeth Withdraws From Motörboat Due to Dave Mustaine’s Medical Issues

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Megadeth has to withdraw from Motörhead’s first annual cruise MotörBoat due to Dave Mustaine’s health issues. Heavy metal all-star band Metal Allegiance, featuring Megadeth’s David Ellefson and Chris Broderick, has been added to the Motörboat music lineup. This all-star group features Philip Anselmo, Joey Belladonna, Chuck Billy, Jon Donais, Scott Ian, Mark Zavon, Frank Bello,

Anthrax Pick Replacement Guitarist For Upcoming Tours

Thrash metal legends Anthrax recently announced that lead guitarist Rob Caggiano had quit the band just a month before a heavy touring schedule was set to begin. Now, that have announced that Shadows Fall guitarist Jon Donais will be filling in as lead guitarist while the band tours over the next few months. Scott Ian