One of the “Big Four”, Anthrax have been rocking for three decades and have amassed a wealth of awards, gold and platinum albums, and the respect and admiration of metal generations. The Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. also sees the band, three of whom were born and raised in The Bronx, as coming home and wants to celebrate that in the best way possible. So he decided to do this by announcing that starting Wednesday, Sept. 14th will now be known as ‘Anthrax Day’ in The Bronx.
Anthrax have just announced that they will be making an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this upcoming Wednesday, Sept. 7th. The band will be performing their latest single, The Devil You Know, which is tearing up the active rock radio charts. If you want to enter for a chance to sit on the show’s band benches, follow the instructions at THIS LINK (make sure to you use RAX as the band code).
Last week, Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian announced via Twitter that he got to play a zombie on AMC’s The Walking Dead. Already an amazing story, Ian posted on his website the full story of how the entire experience went, from beginning to going home in full makeup to feed his 8-week old son. Now THAT’S something I bet we all wish our dads would’ve done, right?
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian will be donning some make up and pretending he has no pulse for AMC’s The Walking Dead! That’s right, one of thrash metal’s favorite guitarists will be zombified for your viewing pleasure. Ian tweeted a picture of himself in make up and said that more news will be coming out later.
Mushroomhead and Hed. P.E. will be teaming up for a full US tour with support coming from Better Left Unsaid. The tour is slated to start April 15th and runs through June 10th (!!!), so there are plenty of stops for all you fans. Check out the tour dates after the jump!
Mushroomhead singer Jeffrey Nothing has released a statement where he explains his lyrical inspiration for each track off the new album, ‘Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children’. You can check them out after the jump and I have to say, they’re pretty fascinating if you’re curious as to how to come up with some lyrical ideas. Also after the jump are some tour dates, so check it out!
Mushroomhead’s latest music video, ‘Come On’ (off their new album, ‘Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children), has been banned from all TV outlets for scenes of graphic violence and it’s “fight club” style. But as you know, just because something is banned on TV, it doesn’t mean you can’t see it, thanks to the wonderful powers of the Internet! Check it out below and let us know what you think (it’s best to watch it in HD).
AOL Creep Show got together with three members of Mushroomhead: Waylon, ST1TCH, and Skinny. They were in the studio discussing the release of their new album, ‘Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children’ (which came out Sept. 28th), how their masks are created as well as other, often humorous, topics. Check out the interview below: