ANTHRAX Performs Acoustic Set At German Magazine Headquarters

ANTHRAX performed a special three-song acoustic set last Thursday (Oct. 24) at the offices of Hammer magazine (formerly Metal Hammer) in Munich, Germany. The performance, which consisted of the tracks "Only", "Antisocial" and a new song, "Safe Home", was filmed and will be available for streaming in the coming days via the band's official web site.

As previously reported, ANTHRAX's long-completed new CD, "We've Come For You All", is set for release in Europe on Mar. 3, 2003 through Nuclear Blast Records. "Nuclear Blast is very into what they do and I feel totally confident in their ability to break the record in Europe," guitarist Scott Ian wrote in the latest installment of his regular online column, "Alpha Mail". "They are going to do some really cool limited-edition packaging things, too."


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