Charlie Benante Says Anthrax’s New Album Is “Weird And Pissed Off”

While responding to Revolver’s list of the most anticipated albums of 2020, Charlie Benante offered a brief description of Anthrax’s new album. He said the following:

Thanks to @Revolvermag – we are making a record of songs that will span the history of our musical landscape . It’s weird and pissed off whatever it is 🤘”

Charlie Benante Continues Demoing Material For New Anthrax Album

Charlie Benante has been in the studio demoing material for the new Anthrax album as of late. The drummer confirmed the news in the below post:

[via Blabbermouth]

Scott Ian Is Selling Handwritten Lyrics From Anthrax & Stormtroopers Of Death

Scott Ian is selling handwritten lyrics from Anthrax and Stormtroopers Of Death on his official website. The guitarist said the following about that:

“Choose any Anthrax or S.O.D. song and I will personalize or dedicate them to anyone you want. The lyrics will come with a signed certificate of authenticity and a stage-played guitar pick.”

Anthrax’s Scott Ian Appeared As The Butcher On A Recent Episode Of “Evil”

Anthrax’s Scott Ian appeared as the Butcher on last night’s (October 17) episode of CBS‘ “Evil.” The guitarist posted the following about that:

Anthrax’s Joey Belladonna Sings The National Anthem At Chicago White Sox Vs. Kansas City Royals Game

Anthrax’s Joey Belladonna sang the U.S. national anthem during the Chicago White Sox vs. Kansas City Royals game at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois earlier today (September 12). You can see footage of that below:

[via Blabbermouth]

Former Anthrax Singer Dan Nelson Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Two Elderly Men

According to Daily News, Dan Nelson was arrested on felony assault and harassment charges. The ex-Anthrax singer allegedly assaulted two senior citizens following a show at the Aloft Hotel in New York City on August 31.

The alleged victims, 74-year-old James Paolino and 73-year-old Philip Falcone, were at the concert supporting their friend, who was playing drums for Nelson. According Paolino, the vocalist appeared very intoxicated onstage.

After the show, Paolino and Falcone were in an elevator with Nelson and the singer allegedly attacked them after Paolino told him: “You had a rough night.” Paolino told Daily News the following:

“He started kicking me and punching me in the head. These were real MMA kicks. He knocked me down. I’m on the floor bleeding. He broke my glasses and I knew the next kicks were coming for my head. I’m helpless.”

“I’m still shaking. It was very traumatizing. He knocked my hearing aids out. This guy is an animal.”

The incident reportedly ended after another person in the elevator attacked Nelson to make him to stop. Nelson is now expected to appear in court on October 11. However, his lawyer Marc Isaac is denying the allegations:

“I’ve seen the video, and what they’re saying is not correct. I can tell you that there was no bloody altercation. That’s completely false.”