ANTHRAX Debut At No. 122 With 'We've Come For You All'

ANTHRAX's "We've Come For You All" has shifted 9,819 copies in the U.S. during its first week of release to debut at No. 122 on The Billboard 200 chart. "That's more than I thought it would do after five years away," ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian said in a posting on the band's official web site. "That's basically what [the group's last album] 'Volume 8' did in its first week and this one was based on mostly just Internet promo. We've only just begun this time. This is an eighteen-month plan. We haven't even really hit radio yet and the video will be done at the end of the month. We're coming back to do a full North American tour starting at the end of July."

ANTHRAX will kick off a European tour on June 5 with an appearance at Summer Rocks Festival in Budapest, Hungary. Support at the group's German headlining dates will come from PRONG.


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