It has to be cool to be Anthrax right now because the band has clearly been riding a high for the last few months and was getting more attention than they had over the most recent years. The reunion with singer Joey Belladonna found the release of “Worship Music” as their next CD and the response to the album had been terrific. Many sources cited this as the best Metal album of the 2011 year in case you wondered. So after some amazing tours and that small, unknown and hardly discussed Big Four Tour, the band was doing a co-headlining run with the mighty Testament and bringing Death Angel along for the ride. I wasn’t going to miss a moment of this exciting event, and you can check out all the details and concert photos by clicking the logo below. Then I encourage you to scroll on down the blog posting to see some of the other items that caught my attention during the night.
Tag: worship music
New York City was set to receive a heaping dose of Metal that would be delivered with intensity by the one and only Anthrax. The band had just released their latest album “Worship Music” and while I’ve yet to review it on the site, I can say that this is probably the strongest that the band has sounded in years. Technically speaking this was a free show for those who purchased the album down at Best Buy as they were given a ticket for the event while the supplies lasted and they were calling themselves “Satan’s Lounge Band”. You can check out the full concert report by clicking the logo below and then please do come back to the blog posting as there are some additional images that I am only posting here.