If used, Anthrax might have one tune on their new album that has a fully killer groove. Drummer Charlie Benante picked up a guitar and laid down some distortion fueled heaviness as a nod to a few of the latest music they have been engaged on for his or her subsequent studio album.
“We’ve got some good riffage for our new tunes,” says a stamp over the video of Benante’s guitar taking part in, with the musician then including the caption, “After a really profitable tour with our mates in @blacklabelsocietyofficial and @hatebreedofficial we’re Again to fascinated by our new report… I believe we’ve got some heavy riffing on this one. See you on the @blueridgerockfest on Thursday.”
The pandemic lockdown and Anthrax’s fortieth anniversary celebrations have allowed the band extra time to flesh out their follow-up to 2016’s For All Kings album. However the video of Benante jamming is an effective signal that the group has returned their focus to finishing their extremely anticipated subsequent album.
In a 2021 interview with Full Metal Jackie, guitarist Scott Ian confirmed that writing for the brand new report began in 2019, however the band then stepped away from the music for a interval through the lockdown. Anthrax resumed their new album work in 2021, however have additionally taken the time to tour as effectively.
Whereas there’s just a few weeks open after their Blue Ridge Rock Competition look tonight (Sept. 8), the band can be heading off to the U.Ok. for a tour leg with Municipal Waste for 2 weeks later this month carrying over to October. See the stops here.
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