On October 11, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian will unveil an art collection made from guitar performance. Working with Los Angeles art team SceneFour, Ian's work on the fretboard resulted in the visuals seen within the collection.
Ian's "One Man Riot" spoken-word tour of Australia will kick off on September 24 and will include stops in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane.
Ian recently said that he could stretch his spoken-word appearances out to as long as six hours based on the number of stories he's accumulated during his 37-year career in music. Ian originally started doing spoken-word shows in 2013 in the U.K., then took his one-man act across America the following year.
ANTHRAX's latest album, "For All Kings", was released in February 2016. Its arrival followed a five-year period during which the band experienced a rebirth of sorts, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music".
ANTHRAX recently released "Kings Among Scotland", a live-in-concert DVD, via Megaforce.
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