ANVIL: Brand New Live Photos Posted Online

Pictures from ANVIL's appearance at Heads Or Tails in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada on March 27 have been uploaded at this location (scroll all the way down).

As previously reported, ANVIL's new album, "Back to Basics", is being released in Europe today (March 29) through Massacre Records. Included with the CD is a bonus live DVD, recorded during the band's appearance at Wacken Open Air 1998. "Back To Basics" is due in the U.S. in late April/early May through Screaming Ferret Wreckords, LLC. The CD will receive a Canadian release through Galy Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "Still Going Strong", "Back To Basics" was recorded with producer Pierre Rémillard at his studio in Quebec and features artwork by Christoph Schinzel (a.k.a. Stripe) of ARTWÖRKS – GraphikDesignLayout.

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