Anthrax preview new album with free download

Thrash survivors' 10th studio LP is out on September 12

Anthrax preview new album with free download

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Anthrax have posted the first taste of their 10th studio album 'Worship Music' online.

The thrash survivors, who are currently touring the world with Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth as part of the Big Four tour, have posted a new track 'Fight Em' Till You Can't' on their official website for free download.

The track is the first to be taken from the band's first studio release since 2003’s 'We've Come For You All'. It is also the first album the band has recorded with singer Joey Belladonna since 1990.

Belladonna is the second singer to record vocals for 'Worship Music'. Sessions initially took place with former vocalist Dan Nelson, but he left in 2009. After another former vocalist, John Bush, said he couldn't commit to the band, Belladonna stepped in and rejoined full-time.

Anthrax come to the UK as part of the Big Four on July 8 when they play Sonisphere Festival.

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