Anthrax’s Charlie Benante, Frank Bello, Scott Ian and Jonathan Donais will be helming their own virtual classrooms that will offer programs in songwriting, guitar, bass, drums and Q&A sessions, all via the Topeka Live platform. Scott will offer a “Guitar Session,” a “Songwriting Session,” and a “20 Questions Session;” Frank will present a “Bass Clinic,” a “Songwriting Session,” and a “20 Questions Session;” Charlie’s curriculum will encompass a “Drum Session” and a “Songwriting Clinic;” and Jonathan will present a “Guitar Clinic.” For more information on these virtual classrooms and to register, please use the links below:
Also today, the band announces a brand new line of merchandise, “The Quarantine Drop,” that consists of two limited edition t-shirts: the quarantine masked Not-Man on the front with “Stop Spreading the Disease: Stay the F*ck Home” on the back, and the “State of Quarantine” shirt featuring the album cover art. But wait, there’s more: shipping with each order for the next 72 hours only (ends Monday at 11:59AM ET), the band will include a free Anthrax quarantine mask. The band will be donating a portion of all proceeds to Direct Relief (DirectRelief.org), an organization that helps equip doctors and nurses in 80+ countries and 50 U.S. states with life-saving medial resources to care for the world’s most vulnerable people. Log on to https://shop.anthrax.com for more information and to place your order.
Concert shot by Johnny Perilla
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