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Anthrax Announce UK Headline Tour

NYC thrash legends Anthrax return to the UK next spring for their first headline tour in over a decade. They were last here in a double header with Slayer but this time round the band will perform their 1987 classic Among The Living in its entirety.

Far from being a nostalgia act, the veteran band are riding high following the success of their eleventh album For All Kings which was released earlier this year. In February Musos’ Guide said “Anthrax have managed to recapture the spirit of their earlier work...For All Kings sits comfortably with their very best work.”

Guitarist and songwriter Scott Ian promises a killer show, “Finally! We've been looking forward to headlining in the U.K. for so long!!! We have a killer set planned, new stuff, old faves, deep tracks and Among front to back. You'd better start getting in shape now for the epic wardance!”

This tour will mark 30 years of the iconic album, with support from up-and-coming British metallers The Raven Age.

Tickets go on sale this Friday 18th November at 10am from here

Dates as follows:

Thursday 9th February - Birmingham O2 Institute

Friday 10th February - London O2 Forum Kentish Town

Saturday 11th February - Bristol O2 Academy

Monday 13th February - Nottingham Rock City

Tuesday 14th February - Manchester Academy

Wednesday 15th February - Glasgow Barrowlands

Thursday 16th February - Newcastle Northumbria University

Friday 17th February - Norwich UEA 

Punk Debate This Friday At The Museum Of London


As part of the year long punk.london festival celebrating forty years of punk there will be a debate at the museum of London this Friday, November 18. Chaired by 'punk professor', writer, educator, broadcaster and musician Vivien Goldman, the debate will bring together opposing ideas and arguments about punk, its journey over forty years and what it means for the future.

The panelists will include model, actress and iconic punk Jordan, former Buzzcocks’ manager, Richard Boon, The Guardian’s Kate Hutchinson, and musician and writer/performer, Jen Calleja.

Joe Corré, the son of the late Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood will also be in attendance and plans to burn his entire collection of punk memorabilia, estimated to be worth £5m.

“In true punk spirit, there will be two open mics during the debate so that the audience can interrupt and participate throughout.” and attendees will also have the chance to view the museum’s latest exhibition, Punks which runs until January 15.

Tickets to the live debate are available here 

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