ANTHRAX: New Audio Interview With JOEY BELLADONNA Posted Online has posted an all-ANTHRAX episode of their "Talking Metal" podcast. The show features a seven-minute interview co-host John Ostronomy conducted with classic ANTHRAX vocalist Joey Belladonna. Interview topics include the current ANTHRAX tour, the Slave to the Metal Foundation and former KISS drummer, the late Eric Carr. Hosts Mark Strigl and Ostronomy are also joined by Strigl's Music News correspondent Eric Bohnenstiel, who discusses his first-hand knowledge concerning the early European success of bands like ANTHRAX, METALLICA, MEGADETH, and EXODUS in the mid 1980s. A video ID from Joey Belladonna, photos including a shot from an ANTHRAX soundcheck, and the 30-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.


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