ANTHRAX To Release 'We've Come For You All' In February

November 18, 2002

ANTHRAX's new album, "We've Come For You All", will be released in Japan through JVC Records on Feb. 4, 2003 and in Europe through Nuclear Blast Records on Feb. 24. The U.S., Canada, South America and Australia/New Zealand will follow shortly thereafter.

In other news, ANTHRAX were joined by MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee for a rendition of the latter band's "We Are The Road Crew" at the final concert of the two groups' European tour, which took place on Oct. 29 in Paris, France. "Lemmy had his mic stand and everything!" ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian wrote on the band's official web site. "When his bass kicked in, it was the loudest, heaviest thing ever! You killed my French friends. Thank you. And MOTÖRHEAD killed as well. They were tearing it up every night. So much energy comes off their stage. They're fucking MOTÖRHEAD and like Lemmy said every night, 'We're never going away.' Thanks for taking us out. We'd play with you anytime, anywhere. Every one of you a gentleman."

In other ANTHRAX-related news, a three-song acoustic set performed by the group on Oct. 24 at the offices of Hammer magazine (formerly Metal Hammer) in Munich, Germany can be viewed in streaming video at these locations: Dial-Up, ISDN, DSL

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