ANTHRAX Ink North American Deal With Sanctuary, Finalize Track Listing For New CD
ANTHRAX have officially inked a North American deal with Sanctuary Records and are currently finishing up the vocals for their new CD, entitled We've Come For You All, before beginning to mix the effort next week for a late September/early October release. An as-yet-undetermined single will likely be issued a month earlier.
The full track listing for We've Come For You All, according to guitarist Scott Ian, is as follows (not in album sequence):
01. Black Dahlia
02. Refuse To Be Denied
04. Safe Home
05. What Doesn't Die
06. Strap On My Old School
07. Taking The Music Back
08. Nobody Knows Anything
10. Think About An End
As previously reported, ANTHRAX have also recorded cover versions of U2's "Exit", THE POLICE's "Next To You" and THE RAMONES' "We're A Happy Family" for use as possible B-sides/bonus tracks. We've Come For You All will receive a simultaneous European release through Nuclear Blast Records.
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