ANTHRAX Pays Tribute To The Victims And Salutes The Heroes Of 9/11

The following is an official press release from the ANTHRAX camp:

"The tragedies of last fall affected our band like no other. Our nation, our city, our friends and even our name came under attack. Throughout the history of our band we have never been afraid to defend who we are and what we stand for. For one day only, on Wednesday September 11, 2002, we would like to invite you to help us pay tribute to the fallen, and to the heroes who helped us stand again, by playing our new song 'Refuse To Be Denied' loud and strong. The song will be available in RealMedia audio at our web site:

"The name of the song says it all and we hope you will agree. Look for 'Refuse To Be Denied' on our new album, We've Come For You All, in early 2003."


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