ANTHRAX will attend a very special screening of their long-awaited DVD, "Music Of Mass Destruction", on April 7 in Los Angeles. Filmed in December 2003 at the Metro in Chicago, "Music Of Mass Destruction" captures ANTHRAX in an unforgettable performance that drummer Charlie Benante describes as "one of the highlights of our career." The DVD sees the band performing all of their classics, including "Caught in A Mosh", "Only", "Antisocial" and many more. The DVD will come with a companion live CD and will be released on April 20 through Sanctuary Records.
Here are the details for the event:
Wednesday, April 7
Laemmle Sunset Theatre
8000 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, California
Fans can go to www.anthrax.com to R.S.V.P. and there will be a limited number of seats available day of show. Only a few passes are available so fans are encouraged to get there early. The band will also appear live that evening on KDLD 103.1 at 11:00 p.m.
As previously announced, ANTHRAX perform a very special show at the legendary Whiskey club on Sunset Strip on April 8 that will serve as a warm-up show for the band's upcoming tour of Australia and Japan.
The much-talked-about video for "What Doesn't Die" has been completed and will begin airing on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" and Fuse in April.
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