It’s already been nearly a decade since the documentary film, “Anvil: The Story of Anvil,” and the Canadian metal band is still powering on.
Goldmine‘s February 2017 issue has Queen on the cover. The issue includes an detailed look at Queen’s BBC recordings and much more!
At this point, you either get Anvil or you don’t — you understand and appreciate the humanity, you live with the weaknesses because you’ve lived long enough with Anvil.
Backstage Auctions is offering more than 200 still-sealed records from illustrious labels such as Neat Records and Heavy Metal Records as part of its Rock Gods and Metal Monsters auction, which ends Nov. 7, 2010.
Dear Diary: It’s good to be Anvil these days. Those days of playing dingy little clubs in front of just a smattering of people are gone … at least for now.
The curse has lifted for heavy metal’s unluckiest band, Anvil.
And all it took for platonic life partners Steve “Lips” Kudlow and Robb Reiner to finally, after decades of dashed hopes and constant disappointment, become the rock stars they’d always dreamed of being was an inspirational little documentary movie called “Anvil! The Story Of Anvil” that’s taken the world of pop culture by storm.