ANTHRAX Drummer Demoes H2 Digital Audio Recorder; Video Available

A five-minute video clip of ANTHRAX drummer Charlie Benante demoing the Zoom H2 handheld digital audio recorder can be viewed below.

In a recent interview with the Twin Peaks Archive, Charlie Benante stated about ANTHRAX's current plans, "We're demoing songs for a new record. We have a new singer in place, we're really excited about this third stage of our career. I could've just packed it in and said "I'm done with this," but we still have this drive, I still have this hunger. And I still have this catalogue of music that needs to be heard. We're gonna hopefully put it out this year. We just wanna make it right, because with a new singer it's gonna be under the microscope. I would say it's gonna be a little more in the older direction that we were going into, and I would say it's going to be more into a new direction. I hear elements of the old and I hear elements of new. We're thinking of working with this guy Joe Barresi [QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, WEEZER, BAD RELIGION], who worked on the last TOOL record. I'm doing a lot of stuff in my place in Chicago, which is kinda like ANTHRAX central."

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