ANVIL's ROBB REINER: Video Footage Of 'Swing Thing' Drum Solo From Whisky A Go Go

ANVIL's ROBB REINER: Video Footage Of 'Swing Thing' Drum Solo From Whisky A Go Go

ddrum has uploaded video footage of ANVIL drummer Robb Reiner playing his solo "Swing Thing" on June 1 at the legendary Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. The clip which features Robb playing an expanded Reflex Powerhouse kit, can be seen below.

ANVIL's new album, "Anvil Is Anvil", came out on February 26 worldwide (excluding Japan) via SPV/Steamhammer. The album was made available on digipak CD (incuding one bonus track and a poster), 2LP gatefold clear version and as a digital download.

"Anvil Is Anvil" was recorded in October 2015 at Redhead 4 Studios in Pulheim, near Cologne, Germany, with producer Martin "Mattes" Pfeiffer. According to a press release, the CD is "an unambiguous, uncompromising recording, typical of this band. At the same time it's fresh, occasionally surprising and generally exciting through and through. A stalwart metal manifesto by a band who stand for authenticity and credibility like few others in this fast-lived business."

ANVIL last year parted ways with bassist Sal Italiano and replaced him with Chris Robertson.

The band recently completed a massive European tour with DIRKSCHNEIDER, the band led by former ACCEPT and current U.D.O. frontman Udo Dirkschneider.

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