Belladonna Unsure About His Position With Anthrax

(Rock News Desk) Anthrax frontman Joey Belladonna admits he sometimes still worries about whether his bandmates regard him as a permanent fixture on his third tour of duty with the thrash outfit.

He first fronted them between 1984 and 1992, then returned for in 2005 before leaving a year later. When they fired new man Dan Nelson in 2009 they first asked nineties singer John Bush to return, but despite playing a handful of shows he didn't want to commit. That led to Belladonna coming in for a third stint in time for the 2010 Big 4 shows with Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth. Now the band have completed work on long-awaited album Worship Music, due out next month.

But the singer can't quite shake the suspicion that he might be elbowed out again in the future. "Dan didn't work out, then they asked John and he didn't want to do it. So who do they call but me? I guess it was like the last pea on the plate you've got to eat it or there's nothing else, He tells Metal Insider. "Sometimes I feel that way. Then other times it's like, 'Let's get serious and do something that did work, should work and will work.' more on this story

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