This pathogen has the ability to lie dormant in soil for centuries.
At 14, Toronto school friends Steve "Lips" Kudlow and Robb Reinter made a pact to rock together forever. They meant it.
Their band, Anvil, went on to become the "demigods of Canadian metal", releasing one of the heaviest albums in metal history, 1982's Metal on Meal. The album influenced a musical generation, including Metallica, Slayer and Anthrax, that went on to sell millions of records. But Anvil's career took a different paty straight to obscurity.
Director Sacha Gervasi has concocted a wonderful and often hilarious account of Anvil's last ditch quest for elusive fame and fortune. His ingenious filmmaking may first lead you to think this a mockumentary, but it isn't. Gervasi joined the legendary heavy metal band as a roadie for a tour of Candanian hockey arenas, so he has intimate insight into the members' eccentricities. It's fascinating to see the reality of their day-to-day lives as they struggle to make ends meet, take a misguided European tour, and engage in antics on the road, which is not always lined with fans. Gervasi even finds a softer center to this raucous film, introducing us to band members' ever-supportive but long-suffering families.
Highlights of this day in history: Congress passes the Fugitive Slave Act; Anthrax tainted letters sent to NBC and the New York Post. (Sept. 18)
Get ready to mosh in the privacy of your own home, because multiple Grammy-nominated, Platinum-selling thrash masters ANTHRAX have announced the release of "Chile On Hell," a live-in-concert DVD.
Dale Talde and Tiffani Faison will be cooking for Scott Ian of Anthrax, Rob Zombie, and Gary Holt from Slayer and Exodus.
Anthrax talk in studio.
A judge is scared for her life, after getting a bomb threat in the mail.
Jose Mangin talks with Frank and Charlie of Anthrax about their experiences playing with Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth on the 'Big Four Tour.'
Host Jose Mangin gets an Anthrax tattoo while interviewing Frankie and Charlie from Anthrax at Paul Booth's Last Rites Tattoo Theater. The guys discuss the legendary band Scorpions calling it quits after four decades. For more interviews watch 'Headbangers Ball: The Year In Metal' Saturday, December 18th at 12 midnight/11c.
The news can be sooo cute! An adorable political scandal from John Edwards. Teensy-weensy anthrax spores. And a cute & cuddly military invasion from Russia. Thank goodness we have the Beijing Olympics, so we don't have to think about that brutal oppressive regime! Uncle Jay explains it all, and more.
The culprit behind the anthrax scare of 2001 remains a mystery.
The head of the CDC was grilled by members of Congress Wednesday about last month's security lapse at the agency involving anthrax. Director Thomas Frieden called the incident 'unacceptable,' and pledged 'sweeping measures' to improve safety. (June 16)
Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante talks about their influential partnership with Public Enemy.
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