Anthrax broke the news that they will be releasing an expanded and remastered 30th anniversary edition of their 1988 album, “State Of Euphoria”, on October 5. The reissue of the New York thrash band’s fourth record – which reached No. 30 on the US Billboard 200 – will be presented in a 2CD package, with the first disc featuring the remastered album alongside all of the B-sides originally issued plus a 1989 live recording of the set’s second single, “Antisocial”, recorded live in London at the Hammersmith Odeon; billed as “Charlie’s Archives”, disc two takes listeners inside the band’s writing and rehearsal sessions to share insight into the writing, development and recording process of the album’s songs. The anniversary package also includes never before seen personal snapshots of the band members, tour admats/posters, plus two Anthrax magazine covers, all culled from that 1988-1989 period. The “State Of Euphoria” reissue will also be available as a 2-LP set on standard black vinyl and limited edition red and yellow colored vinyl. Read more about the reissue: here.

Anthrax’s Charlie Benante Reflects on Polarizing ‘State of Euphoria’ for Its 30th Anniversary Reissue


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