Coming straight to the point, Anthrax will release their 11th full length album ‘For All Kings’ (Click Here To Read Our Review) on 26th February via Nuclear Blast records and how much you love or hate it will depend on how much you enjoyed their previous release ‘Worship Music’. Without any doubt, Anthrax have come up with a solid new album. It will make you nostalgic but also surprise you with some new tricks. All you need to do is to just keep an open mind and give it a chance to grow on you as you spin it multiple times.
Currently on road with Lamb Of God, Metal Wani’s writer William Richards had an opportunity to have a chat with Anthrax frontman Joey Belladonna. He discusses life on road with Anthrax & Lamb Of God, live response from fans to the new material, how diverse the album sounds with lots of groove, why they didn’t try to repeat the formula on previous albums. Joey also talks about his vocals, working with Jay Ruston, how he keeps his voice intact, lessons he has learnt throughout his musical career, and his take on Anthrax most underrated album. Joey also throws light on recent Phil Anselmo ‘white power’ remarks, comparison with Jon Bush, his departure from Anthrax and upcoming tours.
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