Photos of Canadian metal legends ANVIL performing at Negasonic Music Club in Aalst, Belgium on August 28 and at B-Hof in Würzburg, Germany on September 1 have been posted on the band's official web site (scroll down to bottom of page).
ANVIL has made its new album, "This Is Thirteen", available for order in a limited edition of 1,000 copies directly from the band. Make payment of $20 plus $5.00 for shipping (certified check or money order) out to R&R Enterprises and send to:
Anvil Metal Pounders Union (Local 666)
592 Sheppard Ave. W.
P.O. Box 77566
Downsview, Ontario M3H 6A7
European orders: 20 euros plus 5 euros shipping.
The title track from "This Is Thirteen" is available for streaming at this location.
ANVIL recently re-teamed with producer Chris Tsangarides for the first time since 1983's classic "Forged in Fire" album to record their new CD. The recording sessions took place at Tsangarides' Dump Studios in England and were filmed for an upcoming feature drama-documentary covering ANVIL's return to the metal scene.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of ANVIL performing at La Chimère in Lille, France on August 27, 2007:
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