ANTHRAX Guitarist Performing With PEARL In Birmingham; Video Available

Fan-filmed video footage of ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian performing with PEARL — the band fronted by Pearl Aday, Ian's fiancée and daughter of legendary crooner Meat Loaf — on July 8, 2008 at the Barfly in Birmingham, England can be viewed below.

PEARL's current lineup is completed by Eric Bradley (THE YOUNG ROYALS, JERRY CANTRELL) on lead guitar, Eric Andrews (ROYAL FEVER, 286) on drums, and Dominique Davalos (THE GO-GO'S, THE BLUEBELLES) on bass.

As previously reported, Ian, Ted Nugent and ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell are among the guest musicians who appear on the new EP by PEARL. The track listing for the self-titled effort — which was produced by Joe Barresi (TOOL, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, WEEZER, BAD RELIGION) — is as follows:

01. Rock Child
02. Check Out Charlie
03. Mama
04. Nobody
05. Worth Defending

Check out audio samples at Amazon.com.

"Nobody":

"Mama":

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