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“Every show we’ve done at the Sunset House of Blues has been a party,” said Anthrax’s Frank Bello. “Everyone who we’re friends with who’s not on tour shows up, either to jam or drink or just hang out. And I’ll really miss that. Sunset Boulevard has lost its last great place to play.”
Charlie Benante added, “The memories that have been created will always live on for anyone who went to the HOB. I feel honored and privileged to have this last chance to blow the roof off of the HOB. The Strip will soon end up looking like a corporate strip mall, no memories there.”
While the band is still putting together ideas for the show, there will likely be some cool surprises. “You never know what we’ll come up with,” laughed Bello.
Anthrax – Joey Belladonna, Scott Ian, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Jon Donais – is currently in the final stages of recording a new album that is expected out in early 2016. The band will play a series of major U.S. festivals this summer and is confirmed to join Motorhead for several dates on Lemmy and the boys’ 40th anniversary tour, including Motorhead’s Motorboat 2015. In the fall, Anthrax will then play Loud Park 15 in Japan, and join Slayer for a six-week European tour.
Since the September, 2011 release of Worship Music, six-time Grammy-nominated Anthrax has experienced a tremendous comeback. “Classic era” vocalist Joey Belladonna rejoined the lineup in the Spring of 2010, fronting for the band on The Big Four shows across Europe – Anthrax, along with Metalllica, Slayer and Megadeth – the four bands that defined the speed/thrash metal genre. Worship Music, the band’s first studio album in eight years and the first with Belladonna since 1990, was released the day after Anthrax played a home-town concert at New York’s Yankee Stadium with The Big Four. Press and VIPs called it “the metal album of the year.” In 2012, Anthrax became the first metal band to have its music played on Mars when its “Got The Time” was chosen by NASA to wake up the Mars Rover. The band is in the final stages of recording the follow up to Worship Music that is expected out in early 2016. According to Benante, the new songs are “aggressive and thrashy. Anyone who liked ‘Worship Music’ should love the new album.