Audio streams of two songs from ANTHRAX's upcoming CD and DVD, "Alive 2 (2005)", have been made available at the following locations:
"I Am the Law": Windows Media, Quicktime
"Among the Living": Windows Media, Quicktime
One of the greatest metal bands in history, ANTHRAX reunited its classic lineup of singer Joey Belladonna, guitarists Scott Ian and Dan Spitz, bassist Frank Bello and drummer Charlie Benante with the "Alive 2 (2005)" DVD capturing the actual meeting in which the five came together for the first time in over 10 years. Along with band rehearsals and behind-the-scenes footage, the DVD also spotlights 13 performances on the group’s triumphant reunion tour. The "Alive 2 (2005)" CD reprises the audio for 11 of those songs ("Madhouse" and "I'm the Man" are only on the DVD): "Among the Living", "Caught In A Mosh", "I Am The Law", "A.I.R.", "N.F.L.", "Deathrider", "Medusa", "In My World", "Indians", "Time" and "Be All, End All" — and adds "Antisocial". In a unique twist, the booklets from the DVD and CD releases form an exclusive poster.
ANTHRAX's "Alive 2 (2005)" CD and DVD are scheduled for release on September 20 via Sanctuary Records.
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