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Anthrax Would Love To Do More Big Four Shows


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(Metal Hammer) Anthrax bass player Frank Bello says that he would love to go on another Big Four tour - saying the original thrash extravaganza was the highlight of his career.

The Big Four tour saw thrash giants Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer sharing a bill for seven shows as part of the Sonisphere Festival series in 2010.

Speaking ahead of Anthrax's appearance on the Ronnie James Dio stage Sunday at Bloodstock, Bello tells TeamRock: "Thrash was an all for one thing, really. That's what the Big Four was about. We'd love to do more Big Four shows."

On the likelihood of it actually happening, Bello puts the ball firmly in Metallica's court, adding: "There are two people to ask - James Hetfield and Lars. Those are the guys. They know the rest of us will fall in line." Read more here.

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Copyright Metal Hammer - Excerpted here with permission.

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