Original ANTHRAX Frontman Sings GARY MOORE's 'Still Got The Blues' (Video)

Video footage of original ANTHRAX and current DEATHRIDERS singer Neil Turbin and guitarist Dave Reffett performing the GARY MOORE classic "Still Got The Blues" on January 25 at the Eminence Speakers booth at this year's NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show in Anaheim, California can be seen below.

The only ANTHRAX record to feature Turbin and bassist Danny Lilker — in addition to Scott Ian (rhythm guitar), Charlie Benante (drums), and Dan Spitz (lead guitar) — the band's debut album, "Fistful of Metal", was originally released in January 1984, spawning such early classics as "Deathrider" and "Metal Thrashing Mad".

DEATHRIDERS is currently recording its full-length debut, "The Metal Beast Is Alive", in Los Angeles.

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