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Anthrax Jam With Star From The Walking Dead

10/07/2016
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(Metal Hammer) The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus joined Anthrax onstage earlier this week at the band's show in Atlanta. They were playing the city's Tabernacle venue, when Reedus - best known for his role as Daryl Dixon in the hit AMC series - took to the stage.

Wearing a baseball cap, he appeared alongside bassist Frank Bello during Indians, and played along on bass before throwing his cap into the crowd. The band say: "Atlanta is where we fight 'em till we can't fight no more with a special guest Norman Reedus - The Walking Dead with the Walking Dudes.

It's not the first time Anthrax have been associated with The Walking Dead. In 2014, guitarist Scott Ian appeared as a zombie in the series. Read more and watch the clip of this week's jam here.

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