Anthrax's Charlie Benante Clarifies Final Album Comments


(Metal Hammer) Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante has said that the band will record again, following previous reports that he'd said For All Kings could be their final album.

Eonmusic published an interview in June, quoting him as saying: "I don't even know if there will be another record, is all I can tell you. This may be our last record - I'd rather go out on a high."

But he says the widely-reported comments have been misconstrued. Benante tells Metal Wani: "I should clarify that. That was taken completely out of context. He asked me - this record, he felt, was probably the greatest record we've ever done. Where do you go from here?

"That led into the conversation, 'I don't know. Maybe this could be the last one, and I would be happy with that.' That's what I said." He adds: "I think we have a lot more music in us." Read more here.

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