Ex-ANTHRAX Singer Covers AC/DC For Debut Solo CD!

Former ANTHRAX vocalist Neil Turbin was once again at Jet City Studios laying down rhythm tracks with drummer Glenn Noyes and guitarist Kevin Layland, who reportedly provided “crushing” guitar tracks on two songs for Turbin's upcoming solo release, entitled Threat Con Delta, which is scheduled to be issued through Metal Mayhem Music in early 2002. According to Turbin's official web site, one of the cuts tracked during the most recent sessions is “an extremely heavy remake of a classic AC/DC Bon Scott-era tune”, while the other is “another heavy version of one of Neil's earlier tunes from a past life”. Other tracks set to appear on Threat Con Delta include:

01. Blue Screen of Death
02. Welcome to the Rat Race
03. Dog Eat Everything
04. Get Outta My Face


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