Get Twisted with Anthrax
LOS ANGELES, CA – Monday, December 14, 2020 – For those of you who missed out on claiming a bottle of “Evil Twin I,” Anthrax‘s now sold-out, award-winning, high-end signature rye whiskey, you’re in luck. Today Anthrax‘s Scott Ian introduces “Evil Twin II,” the band’s just-released signature rye whiskey that shows off its maple, cinnamon, clove and black pepper notes. “This is a delicious rye,” said Scott. “It’s smooth, it has a maple tone, but not sweet, it’s got a bite!”. Orders can be placed now at Mash and Grape. Place your order soon to help insure it will arrive on your doorstep in time to brighten your holidays.
Like “Evil Twin I,” “Evil Twin II” was produced by Hillrock Estate Distillery, located in the Hudson Valley Highlands in New York State. Only 222 bottles are available, and each one will ship with a special gift from the band.
Anthrax – Scott Ian/guitar, Joey Belladonna/ vocals, Frank Bello/bass, Charlie Benante/drums, and Jon Donais/guitar – have been writing new material for the band’s next release, expected out in 2021. The new album will follow Anthrax‘s 2016 release, For All Kings, the critically-acclaimed, 11th studio album that became Anthrax‘s highest-charting debut in two decades when it entered Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart at #9.
About Anthrax: In 2021, Anthrax will celebrate its 40th anniversary, four decades during which time the band has released 11 studio albums, been awarded multiple Gold and Platinum certifications, six Grammy nominations and a host of other accolades from the media, the music industry and fans. In 1991, the band helped break down race and genre barriers when they collaborated with Public Enemy on the track “Bring The Noise,” and was the first metal band to have its music heard on Mars when NASA played ” Got The Time” to wake up the Mars Rover in 2012. Along with Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth, Anthrax is a card-carrying member of The Big Four, the four bands that defined the speed/thrash/metal genre. Taking advantage of COVID-19’s prohibition of concert touring, the band is already hard at work writing the next Anthrax album.