DO IT, and bring it to Australia.
“That’s all over the place.”
Those vocals tho.
“It was just not something that was ever on my radar”
Anthrax have unleashed the first song off their as-yet-untitled 11th studio album. Dubbed Evil Twin, the track sees the big four thrash champs spraying our ears with machine-gun riffage, frantic, demented leads and lyrics about religious extremism. As Scott Ian tells Rolling Stone, the track was spawned from his anger about the state of the
After a successful inaugural year in 2014 Motörhead are taking to the seas again with the second annual Motörhead Motörboat Cruise and they’ve enlisted acts like Slayer, Anthrax, Exodus and more to join them. Motörhead’s floating music festival will set sail on September 28th though to October 2nd 2015, on the Norwegian Sky cruise ship,
Melbourne ‘grindingdeathrock’ veterans Blood Duster are on track to rival Dave Mustaine’s Megadeth as the metal band with the biggest pile of ex-members. But you shouldn’t tell them that, or they might fire you. That’s pretty much what happened to guitarist Scott ‘Beltsy’ Pritchard, who just became the 13th bandmate ousted from the group. According
The Westeros throne room in the fictional city of King’s Landing, in which the Iron Throne is kept and where so many Game Of Thrones storylines have played out, will soon be taken over by thrash metal legends Anthrax, who will use the room as a recording space. According to Metal Hammer, Anthrax guitarist and
Two bands, both heavy in their own right, have joined forces for a gig that has been hailed as historic by all those who concern themselves with such things.
Calls Soundwave audience “crazy fuckers”
OK, WTF is happening?! It has now been announced that Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante will not be making the trip for Soundwave 2013 on account of personal reasons, bringing the total Soundwave tap-outs to FOUR drummers and one vocalist. The legendary Scott Ian broke the news over Twitter this evening, explaining that, “Charlie is dealing
If Alice in Chains fans thought they would be getting information on the new album, they have another think coming. Rather than just dropping the name of the release like it’s any old thing, they revealed an anagram of the title, leaving it to fans to piece it together. The 24-letter brain-teaser was revealed today
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and Fozzy frontman and WWE Superstar Chris Jericho have announced an evening that will never EVER leave you the same again. Ian and Jericho aka Y2J aka King Of The World aka The Ayatollah of Rock and Roller are teaming up for a night of spoken word. Dubbed as ‘an evening
When news broke earlier this month that Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano had left the band it surprised both fans and Caggiano’s bandmates alike. Anthrax member Scott Ian later offered some insight into Caggiano’s departure, claiming the split was friendly but felt Caggiano had “made a mistake by leaving the band”. Now, in a recent interview
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has given some insight into the sudden departure of lead guitarist Rob Caggiano. Earlier this month, fans were shocked by the news of Caggiano’s departure and recently Ian told MTV Hive that Anthrax were equally as taken by surprise. “We didn’t know he was planning on leaving while we were tracking
One quarter of The Big Four, Anthrax , have announced a run of headlining shows while in town for Soundwave 2013. And as if you’d need anything else to coax you into an Anthrax gig, but the addition of Fozzy and This Is Hell sure doesn’t hurt. Despite hitting the odd rough spot over the
Anthrax have unveiled the cover art (pictured above) and the tracklist for their new EP Anthems, due out March 19. As reported by Blabbermouth, Anthems sees classic tracks like T.N.T. by AC/DC get worked over by Anthrax. In addition to a selection of covers that include songs from Boston, Thin Lizzy, Journey and Rush, the
Anthrax have called up a dude they describe as “a total fucking ripper” to fill in for their upcoming live shows in the first half of 2013. Shadows Fall guitarist Jon Donais is joining the band, filling the hole left by Rob Caggiano, who quit Anthrax at the end of 2012, after 12 years with