Anvil will be doing a signing session on show day at BLOODSTOCK FESTIVAL – August 12, 2012 with times to be advised. Check the BOA website for updates.
LIPS featured in a new book called TALES FROM THE STAGE, which has candid interviews with 15 well-known hard rock/heavy metal rockers.
Use the code LIPS when you order and you’ll get a 15% discount.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER:
ANVIL – 4 CD Reissue + FREE Backpatch – Plugged In Permanent, Absolutely No Alternative , Speed Of Sound, Plenty Of PowerMarch 5, 2012
ANVIL – 4 CD Reissue + FREE Backpatch
Purchase all 4 of Anvil’s latest Reissues and get a FREE ANVIL BACKPATCH!!! Just click ‘Add To Cart’ above!
- Plugged In Permanent
- Absolutely No Alternative
- Speed Of Sound
- Plenty Of Power
The Classic long out-of-print ANVIL albums digitally Remastered and Reissued in special Digipak Layout with 8 page Booklet featuring Liner Notes from Lips And Robb!
To purchase separate – Here is the link:
Anvil is excited to announce that they will be heading down to South America again to play the Metal Open Air Festival in Sao Luiz, Brazil. For more information and to buy tickets, go to www.metalopenair.com
The End Records is proud to announce its first 3 upcoming ANVIL reissues!
Anvil: Strength Of Steel is Anvil’s only US-charting album, reaching the Billboard 200 with its original release in 1987. The album includes the track “Mad Dog,” whose comedic music video received MTV exposure in late 80′s. It also includes “Wild Eyes,” a cover of 60′s Canadian rock trio The Stampeders
Anvil: Pound For Pound is the last recorded Anvil album featuring the band’s original lineup. Encyclopedia Metallum says of Pound for Pound: “This nine-tracker clangs noisily like the Anvil of old, the part-time aggressors, part-time goofballs that carved the underground metal map.”
Anvil: Worth The Weight is Anvil’s only release with Sebastian Marino on guitar replacing Dave Allison, and the band’s final album with Ian Dickson on bass. It was the only collection of new material released by Anvil between 1987 and 1997, and includes the track “Embalmer,” known before the album as an unreleased song entitled “Ball Breaker.”
Or get all three together with a limited edition bandana HERE