BackStory has teamed up with ANTHRAX for a live interview event focusing on the band's upcoming eleventh studio album, "For All Kings", on January 13, 2016 at AOL studios in New York City.Guests will enjoy a seat at an exclusive live interview, a meet-and-greet with participating members of ANTHRAX, plus complimentary beverages. The interview will be conducted by Brad Tolinski. Best known as the editor in chief of Guitar World magazine for 25 years, Tolinski is a respected journalist and the author of "Light And Shade: Conversations With Jimmy Page". For more information, go to this location. "For All Kings" will be released on February 26, 2016 via Nuclear Blast. Beginning in the fall of 2014, ANTHRAX — Charlie Benante (drums), Scott Ian (rhythm guitar), Frank Bello (bass), Joey Belladonna (vocals), and lead guitarist Jon Donais — took their time in the studio recording the follow up to their Grammy-nominated, critically acclaimed 2011 album, "Worship Music". The band recorded some 20 original songs, almost twice as many as they had ever brought into the studio in the past. ANTHRAX recently joined "Big Four" comrades SLAYER on a seven-week European tour that kicked off on October 25.
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