ANTHRAX: 'Vice Of The People' Song From 'For All Kings 7-Inch Box Set' Available For Streaming
March 20, 2017
ANTHRAX's "For All Kings 7-Inch Box Set" hits stores this Friday, March 24, and the band has just made a new track from the set available. "Vice Of The People", previously released as a bonus track only in Japan, can be streamed at SoundCloud.com.
Available exclusively in North America and released in conjunction with the band's upcoming spring co-headline tour with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE — "KillThrax" — the "For All Kings 7-Inch Box Set" will retail for $79.99, and is an absolutely stunning collector's item for any ANTHRAX fan, as the unboxing video below illustrates.
The "For All Kings 7-Inch Box Set" includes a removable lenticular cover and contains ten seven-inch vinyl discs featuring twenty songs — the eleven finished album tracks, two brand new covers (THE WHITE STRIPES' "Black Math" and the classic KANSAS song "Carry On"),six demos from the "For All Kings" track listing, and "Vice Of The People". The original album cover art sketch by Alex Ross is also part of this package, as well as a download card enabling the holder to access the box set's track listing for free.
Each seven-inch disc features gorgeous, double-sided four-color artwork designed by Douglas Heusser with additional art by Stephen Thompson, as well as band photos by Jimmy Hubbard. The tracks are pressed onto different-colored vinyl discs — red, green, blue, maroon, orange, most with a two-color swirl design.
"Doing a box set edition of 'For All Kings' was something that we've always wanted to do," said ANTHRAX drummer Charlie Benante, who worked closely with Heusser and Thompson on the box set's artwork. "We wanted to do something special, something that was so much more than the original release, and have it be fun for our audience when they open it up, just be floored by the different colored vinyl, the artwork, everything that's inside. And we think we've done that."
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