Metallica have posted video of the now-customary "Big Four Jam" from the Sonisphere festival in Knebworth, UK. Metallica were joined on stage by members of Slayer, Anthrax, Megadeth and Diamond Head for a rendition of Diamond Head's classic cut, "Am I Evil?"
Anthrax have unveiled the cover art for their forthcoming new album, Worship Music. The artwork, which can be seen below, was done by renowned comic book artist Alex Ross, who also did the original artwork for Anthrax's We've Come For You All and Music of Mass Destruction albums.
As has become custom, at last night's Big Four show at Fiera Open Air Arena in Milan, Italy, Metallica invited members of Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax onstage for the now-expected "Big Four jam." Fans expecting the bands to jam on the Diamond Head classic "Am I Evil?" were in for a surprise, however, as the bands instead played the Misfits classic "Die, Die My Darling."
Professional-quality footage from Anthrax's set at the Gotherburg Big Four Show on July 3 has surfaced online. You can check out footage from the band's entire set below, courtesy of Sweden's SVT1 Direkt.
Monday, June 6, Charlie Benante from Anthrax stopped by Guitar World HQ to play us some new songs from the band's long-awaited new album, Worship Music. A few lucky staffers got to hear three fully mixed songs and a couple of rough mixes, not to mention check out a miniature version of the album art on Charlie's iPhone. Here are some first impressions.