Joey Belladonna habla sobre Anthrax

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El actual cantante de Anthrax, Joey Belladonna, a través de su Twitter, anunció que está próximo a entrar al estudio para grabar las voces del nuevo trabajo discográfico de la banda..

La banda de thrash, considerada uno de los pilares del género, se encuentra en los estudios Groovemaster en Illinois, Chicago, regrabando algunos temas los cuales están en pre-producción. Salvo pequeños arreglos, los temas están prácticamente terminados, así lo afirmó Belladonna.


  1. an idiot if you think the *impact* is any different.Pirate dirtbisution of songs back in the day was very distributed. You’d give it to four friends, they’d give it to three friends, and so on and so on. No one person shared with all that many people, but the net impact of that dirtbisution tree was that a LOT of people got pirated tapes. Of course just as with today some of those recipients would be like ah, that sucks and copy something else over the tape, deleting it in the process and some folks would be like ah, that rules! and go buy a copy, and then you’d have the VERY OCCASIONAL douchebag who was like That rules, and I could buy a copy but I’m not going to. It’s no different in that respect to today’s downloaders. Some of them listen to an MP3 and go bah, that sucks, it’s taking up disk space and delete it, and some are like Wow, that rules! and go hit iTunes or Amazon and grab a copy, and some much smaller percentage of people are douchebags who say that’s cool, and I could buy it, but I’m not going to. Artists in a declining market are desperate to try and find Someone to blame for their declining sales numbers. It’s natural. And for folks who aren’t actually savvy about the way things work online, or in the minds of people who don’t have four houses and twelve cars, people who download tracks look like an easy target.But ponder this: If I download your album for kicks, think it sucks, and delete it, have I stolen from you? Answer: No. Because I was never going to buy your album anyway, so I haven’t taken jack-squat from you.How about this one: If I’ve never heard of you before, but I stumble upon your album on some download site and download it, and I *like* it, and I *keep* it? Have I caused you damages? Dunno. At face value, it seems an easy yes , but if it hadn’t been for that download site, I hadn’t heard of you, so you weren’t going to get any revenue from me anyway. So your expected revenue without the download is $0.00, and your revenue with the download is $0.00. A net loss of $0.00. I also object to the use of the word stealing in general when it comes to illicit music downloading. Stealing actually has a legal definition that downloading doesn’t come close to matching. Musicians do, absolutely, have the right to prosper from their work. They even have the legal right to control the dirtbisution channels for their work and lock them down in any way they see fit. But they don’t get to claim they’re materially-harmed when in most cases they’re actually not.PS if you REALLY want to defend Lars’ position versus Napster, you’re going to have an uphill battle. Even Lars regrets it these days, and has said so in interviews.

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