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Anthrax, Testament Go A Thrashin’

02:01 PM Tuesday 9/6/11 | |

Anthrax and Testament will bring co-headlining bliss to the fall touring season when the bands embark on a mission to blow the roofs off venues from sea to sonic sea.

  • Anthrax

    Empire Polo Fields, Indio, Calif.
    April 23, 2011

    (Tim Mosenfelder / Getty Images)

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With Death Angel supporting, the audio bombardment begins in Grand Rapids, Mich., at the Orbit Room Oct. 14. Other stops on the one-month trip include Chicago’s Congress Theater Oct. 15; Denver’s Summit Music Hall Oct. 19; Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Oct. 22; Fort Lauderdale, Fla., at Revolution Nov. 2; Philadelphia’s Electric Factory Nov. 10 and Pittsburgh’s Stage AE Nov. 17. Last show on the current routing happens at Milwaukee’s Rave Nov. 19.

What’s on the agenda for this aural adventure? Anthrax’ s Worship Music drops Sept. 13. Death Angel’s most recent effort, Relentless Retribution, was released last year. Testament’s upcoming album, Dark Roots Of Earth, drops in 2012. In other words, expect new material along with all the songs that make life bearable.

The Anthrax fan club presale began today and the general public onsale launches Sept. 9. For more information, click here for Anthrax’s website, here for Testament’s Internet HQ and here for Death Angel’s little slice of cyber-heaven.


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