Anthrax Announce ‘For All Kings’ Track Listing + Pre-Order Information
The wait is almost over! Anthrax have slowly been revealing more details about their long-awaited follow-up to 2011's critically-acclaimed Worship Music. Their captivating artwork was unveiled back in November and now the thrash legends have provided the full For All Kings track listing. They've also started taking pre-orders for the disc! It will serve as the act's 11th studio album and it's due Feb. 24, 2016.
Commenting on the upcoming record, singer Joey Belladonna stated, "I think you'll find on this record there's a lot of cool stuff — it's really different. Again, we always have something different. There's a lot of aggressive stuff; I think the album's heavier. There's a lot more going on, there's a lot more excitement in different ways than the last one; we've stuck to our guns and we haven't changed anything."
Expanding on the sound of the disc, drummer Charlie Benante stated, "The record itself is gonna be 12 songs [11 songs will appear on the album] that is a variety of Anthrax material that will take you on a journey from start to finish."
Pre-orders have begun for the U.S. and Europe. U.S. options include CD, vinyl and digital formats and European fans can choose between a CD or digital copy. The CD also comes with a bonus live disc that includes four Anthrax classics. See the full track listing below. To pre-order For All Kings, visit the Anthrax website.
Anthrax gave their first teaser from the new album by releasing the lead single, "Evil Twin," in late October. The song touches on current sociopolitical issues with all the Anthrax hallmarks in tow along with those new and different aspects that Belladonna touched on in the video above.
Anthrax, For All Kings Track Listing
01. "You Gotta Believe"
02. "Monster At the End"
03. "For All Kings"
04. "Breathing Lightning"
06. "Evil Twin"
07. "Blood Eagle Wings"
09. "All of Them Thieves"
10. "This Battle Chose Us"
11. "Zero Tolerance"
Bonus Live CD
01. "Fight 'Em 'Til You Can't"
03. "Caught in a Mosh"
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