New ANTHRAX upcoming album is on the way, more heavier, more good at emotion, ANTHRAX bassist Frank Bello has confirmed to Meltdown of Detroit's WRIF radio station that the band is hard at work on material for the follow-up to 2016's "For All Kings" album. Regarding how the new music is shaping up, Frank said (hear audio below): "There's some anger there, which I'm happy to hear. There's some good anger, and that leads to a good, heavy record." as reported from Blabbermouth website
Right now ANTHRAX is continuing to tour band in support of "For All Kings", which was called by some metal music critics the most ANTHRAX's strongest album to date. Its NEW RECORDS arrival followed a five-year period during which the band experienced a rebirth of sorts or some little break, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music".
Frank Bello also said "This record's over three years old now, and we've been touring — I swear to God — every day of it, it feels like, 'cause I haven't seen my family in quite a while," Frank told WRIF. "But it's been a great run. We've been on [SLAYER's] farewell tour, and it's been amazing; the numbers are insane coming out on this tour. We just finished Japan and Australia. We're going to Europe in June, with the whole festival thing, with some SLAYER shows, and having some fun."