ANTHRAX: Photos From Brazilian Tour Posted Online
Photos from ANTHRAX's Brazilian tour have been posted on the band's official Brazilian web site, Anthrax.com.br.
The gig pictures were taken at their last show in Brazil, in the city of Vitória, on Sunday, February 27. Check out the photos here.
02. Got the Time
03. Caught in a Mosh
04. Safe Home
05. Room for One More
06. What Doesn't Die
09. Charlie Benante (Drum Solo)
10. Breed Apart (SEPULTURA - Intro)
13. Fucking Hostile (PANTERA Cover)
15. Metal Thrashing Mad
16. Bring the Noise
As previously reported, ANTHRAX's official Brazilian web site has teamed up with São Paulo's Collision Records to compile a Brazilian tribute to ANTHRAX, entitled "Indians... NOT! Brazilian Tribute to Anthrax". The album, which will be released in June, will feature contributions from such Brazilian underground bands as ARENA AGE, RHESTUS, STILL LIFE, HELL TRUCKER, BLAKK MARKET and DYNAHEAD. The compilation will be available over the Internet in MP3 format, downloadable on Anthrax.com.br and the participating bands' web sites.
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