ANTHRAX With CHUCK D: 'Acoustic' Version Of 'Bring The Noise' Available

Video footage of ANTHRAX and Chuck D of PUBLIC ENEMY playing an acoustic, "tour-bus" version of the the rap band's classic song "Bring The Noise" can be viewed below.

ANTHRAX performed an abbreviated set on February 5 at the "Red Bull Snowscrapers" snowboarding competition at the East River Park in New York City. The group was joined during its three-song performance by Chuck D for a rendition of "Bring The Noise".

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ANTHRAX will release "Worship Music", the band's first new studio album in six years, in June on Megaforce Records. The CD marks the studio debut of new singer Dan Nelson who joins longtime members Scott Ian (rhythm guitar), Frank Bello (bass), Charlie Benante (drums), and Rob Caggiano (lead guitar).


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