The L.I.F.E. Project, featuring Stone Sour’s Josh Rand, to release Big 4 covers EP

The L.I.F.E. Project, the musical meeting of minds between Stone Sour guitarist Josh Rand and Paralandra vocalist/guitarist Casandra Carson, will release a new four-track EP, titled "Big F.O.U.R.," on March 18, 2022, via Bloodblast. The collection features covers of songs by Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax. The duo's take on Anthrax's "Caught in a Mosh" is available now to coincide with the EP's... Continue Reading →

Anthrax to release mini-turntable, 3-inch vinyl discs for Record Store Day

Anthrax has joined up with Record Store Day to release a  limited-edition, custom Anthrax mini-turntable and a four, three-inch vinyl disc bundle (sold separately). For the vinyl discs, the band reached back into its rich catalogue for four favorites:  "Madhouse," "I Am the Law," "Got the Time" and "Discharge." Taking inspiration from the 3-inch turntable... Continue Reading →

New Crobot EP to feature Frank Bello, Howard Jones, Stix Zadinia

Crobot will release an EP titled "Rat Child" on June 18, 2021, via Mascot Records. The complete track listing features “Mountain” (featuring Frank Bello of Anthrax), “Kiss It Goodbye” (featuring Howard Jones of Light the Torch, formerly Killswitch Engage), “Everyone Dies,” (featuring Stix Zadina of Steel Panther) and “Rat Child.” A video for "Mountain" can be... Continue Reading →

Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante to release ‘Silver Linings’ covers album

Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante will release "Silver Linings," a 14-track covers album with an all-star cast on musicians from the thrash, metal and rock worlds, on May 14, 2021, via Megaforce Records. All the songs were culled from Benante's "quarantine jam video series." He has earmarked a portion proceeds for the Neal Casal Music Foundation, an organization... Continue Reading →

LIVE RECAP: Lamb of God – 07/30/18 – The Fillmore Silver Spring – Silver Spring, Maryland

LIVE PHOTOS: Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament, Napalm Death ----- Review by Greg Maki ----- It turns out that when you remove Slayer from the bill of its farewell tour, you’re still left with one of the best metal shows imaginable. On a scheduled day off for the thrash legends, Lamb of God stepped up... Continue Reading →

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