Anthrax are premiering a lyric video for “Evil Twin”, the lead track from their forthcoming album.
Due in early 2016, the untitled project is the follow up to 2011's Grammy-nominated “Worship Music.”
"Let's forget for a moment the history of radical extremism and why we live in a world where it exists and just think about now," guitarist Scott Ian tells Rolling Stone. "That's what 'Evil Twin' is about. It's my relationship to the violence perpetrated by radical extremists. It's my anger towards it and it's my hatred towards the inability to stop it."
Anthrax have been in the studio much of this year working on the release, which marks the debut of former Shadows Fall lead guitarist Jon Donais, who replaced Rob Caggiano following his departure in 2013.
On November 20, Anthrax will release an expanded 30th anniversary edition of 1985’s “Spreading The Disease.”
Produced by the group with Carl Canedy, the project marked the first Anthrax album to feature singer Joey Belladonna and bassist Frank Bello and included classics like “Madhouse”, “Armed & Dangerous” and “The Enemy.”
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