Scott Ian has assured Anthrax fans that For All Kings won’t be the band’s final album.
The guitarist was reacting to an interview given by drummer Charlie Benante in which he said the band might want to go out on the high of this year’s 11th album.
Benante said: “I don’t even know if there will be another record. This may be our last record – I’d rather go out on a high.”
But Ian says via Twitter: “Don’t let clickbait headlines fool you. There will be more Anthrax records. Cheers friends.”
For All Kings is Anthrax’s second album since the return of classic-era vocalist Joey Belladonna in 2010. Anthrax won the annual Inspiration Award at this week’s Metal Hammer Golden Gods.
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Anthrax 2016 tour dates
Jun 17: Hellfest, France
Jun 18: Pratteln Z7 Konzertfabrik, Switzerland
Jun 19: Graspop, Belgium
Jun 25: Amnesia Rockfest, QC
Jul 02: Tuska Open Air, Finland
Jul 03: Wroclaw Stadium, Poland
Jul 09: Jalometalli Festival, Finland
Jul 15: Gavle Gefle Metal Festival, Sweden
Jul 16: Dynamo Metalfest, Netherlands
Jul 24: Rock In Roma, Italy
Aug 14: Bloodstock Open Air, UK
Aug 21: Auburn Pain In The Grass, WA
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