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Thursday, January 30, 2020

Anvil - "Legal At Last" [Metal & X-Core]

Legal At Last

"Legal At Last" music video by Anvil
Added: 30-01-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : ANVIL - Legal At Last (2020) // Official Music Video // AFM Records

Taken from the album "Legal At Last" out 14 February 2020
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Toronto, Canada's Anvil were one of the first North American bands to push the sound and style of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal one step further. Clearly indebted to the likes of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and many others from across the Atlantic, Anvil nonetheless played louder, faster, and heavier than their heroes, in the process laying the groundwork for the thrash movement that took over heavy metal's underground in the '80s. Yet unlike many of the furious West Coast thrashers that immediately followed them, Anvil were mostly out for a good time: their albums often featured borderline pornographic sex songs, and frontman Steve "Lips" Kudlow frequently took to the stage in a bondage harness and played guitar solos with a vibrator.

In 2016, Anvil unleashed a new album, confidently titled Anvil Is Anvil. The album was recorded in Germany with producer Martin "Mattes" Pfeiffer, and featured new bassist Chris Robertson. The band returned just two years later with their second record to feature Robertson on bass. Pounding the Pavement was once again recorded in Germany, but this time with Jörg Uken (God Dethroned, Dew-Scented).

Tags : 2020, 20s, Anvil