Superskum.com has just uploaded quality video footage of ANTHRAX's April 2, 2013 performance at Summit Music Hall in Denver, Colorado. Check it out below.ANTHRAX's touring lineup at the Denver show included former TESTAMENT/SLAYER and current ANIMETAL USA drummer Jon Dette. Dette previously filled in for ANTHRAX's regular drummer Charlie Benante on the band's European tour last fall as the support act for MOTÖRHEAD and Australia's Soundwave Festival in February/March. ANTHRAX has officially commenced the songwriting process for the band's next studio album, tentatively due in 2014. Benante recently spent time recovering from surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome. He rejoined his bandmates for their September 13 performance at "The Battle Of San Bernardino" festival in San Bernardino, California alongside IRON MAIDEN, MEGADETH, TESTAMENT, OVERKILL and SABATON. ANTHRAX's latest addition, guitarist Jon Donais (SHADOWS FALL), has been touring with the band since Rob Caggiano's departure in January. Speaking to Metal Hammer editor Alexander Milas for the "Metal Hammer" radio show on TeamRock Radio, ANTHRAX's Scott Ian stated about the band's current second-guitarist situation: "Jon's been with us since February, and I think I can safely say he's passed the audition… [laughs]. I know we haven't said anything official yet, but in my mind, he's the guy. I'm sure some type of official announcement… because in this world, people apparently need that kind of information so they can sleep well at night. But as far as I'm concerned, Jon is the guitar player in ANTHRAX." ANTHRAX's latest studio album, "Worship Music", has sold around 110,000 copies in the United States since its September 2011 release.
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