Dave Grohl versiona a Bad Brains junto a miembros de Anthrax

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Dave Grohl covers Bad Brains with members of Anthrax

Dave Grohlwho was part of Nirvana and currently leads Foo Fightersamong others, has released a version of “The Regulator” by Bad Brains with Scott Ian and Charlie Benante of Anthrax.

The release had already been previously announced under the project pseudonym of the three artists, GBI (which responds to the initials of the first surname of each artist), and has occurred within the framework of the premieres of the Record Store Day on a seven-inch disk. This version reinterprets the iconic hardcore band's 1982 classic Bad Brains. In addition, the cover design has been done by the same Benante.

Although the song was released last Saturday, the next day the musicians shared the video that accompanies their version of “The Regulator”, which shows us Dave Grohl singing and playing drums on the song with the two members of Anthrax.

According to RevolverMagthe song was recorded in the Studio 606 of the same Grohl. Over there, Anthrax They were working on their next album while Foo Fighters they rehearsed. Thus, they listened to each other and, the next day, Scott Ian wrote to the drummer and proposed to record a version of Minor Threat or of Bad Brains. Without hesitation, they decided that “The Regulator” was the one and, “just like that,” as he explains Ianthis collaboration between the three artists was born.

As reported by the media NMEall profits obtained from the sale of the seven-inch vinyl will go to the treatment of the vocalist of Bad Brainswho suffers from a rare neurological disease called SUNCT with severe headaches.

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