ANTHRAX: 'The Greater Of Two Evils' First-Week Sales Revealed
ANTHRAX's brand new album, "The Greater of Two Evils", has sold 3,421 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
"The Greater of Two Evils", available on Sanctuary Records, is a trip down memory lane, featuring 14 tracks of ANTHRAX classics, re-recorded and updated with the vocal potency of longtime singer John Bush. The entire track listing was culled from an Internet voting campaign at Anthrax.com in appreciation of their fans, and in anticipation of the band's proposed 2005 anniversary world tour. A video for an updated version of the classic cut "Deathrider" has been posted online at NuclearBlast.de (Real Media).
ANTHRAX's last collection of new original material, "We've Come For You All", has sold 61,561 copies in the U.S. since its May 2003 release.
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