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That Metal Show – Season 14, Episode 2: Scott Ian, Charlie Benante, Frank Bello, Alex Skolnick

MUSICAL GUEST – Alex Skolnick (Testament)

Testament guitarist, Alex Skolnick, was the musical guest.  He discussed Testament’s upcoming tour with Exodus supporting.  The band will be playing their first two albums in their entirety.  664 more words

Eddie Trunk

Today's Another Day, You Won't Deny That

In a couple of months, I’ll be seeing Helmet live for the second time in my life.  The first time was in 2005, on the  369 more words

AD: Anthrax for D'Angelico Strings

Anthrax had their greatest commercial success between 1987 and 1993, spanning the releases Among the Living through Sound of White Noise. This ad, featuring Scott Ian, Dan Spitz and bassist Frank Bello, dates to the middle of that period, concurrent to the compilation/covers album… 14 more words

Ephemera

Anthrax delivers a fierce set for the 1st ever That Metal Show concert at Thunder Valley Resort

We made it Friday night to the 1st ever That Metal Show concert which was held at the Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln, CA. The lineup included local favorite Burn Halo, Corey Taylor, Living Colour and… 274 more words

Music

Quickies: Uncle Acid tour news, Marty Friedman's anti-sweep and more!

How about that Stage Dive from Corey earlier? Nice to have that segment back, no? In any case, it’s time for today’s edition of Quickies. Check out what we missed today: 138 more words

Quickies

Limp Bizkit Performs Public Enemy's "Bring The Noise" With Anthrax Members

According to Blabbermouth, Scott Ian, Joey Belladonna and Frank Bello, from Anthrax, joined Limp Bizkit, onstage, in Hamburg, Germany, to play the Public Enemy song, “Bring The Noise.” This song is famous for the collaboration between Anthrax and Public Enemy, when the two preformed it together.

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The Absurdity and Greatness of Thrash Metal

Last week it was Jackson Browne and this week it is Anthrax.  I have mentioned before how I become obsessed with different books, albums, directors, and how I usually follow my obsessions until they have run their course.  920 more words