Watch Anthrax Torch 'Late Night' With Raging 'Monster at the End'

Thrash metal stalwarts unleash blistering performance ahead of fall tour with Slayer, Death Angel

Anthrax delivered a blistering performance of "Monster at the End" on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' Wednesday.

Thrash metal progenitors Anthrax tore through a terrifying rendition of their new track "Monster at the End" on Late Night With Seth Meyers Wednesday.

Frontman Joey Belladonna manned the chugging track with ominous, anthemic verve while the performance also highlighted the interplay between longtime guitarist Scott Ian and relatively new lead guitarist Jonathan Donais. The duo unleashed a menacing duel during the bridge, while Ian later anchored Donais' head-spinning solo.

"Monster at the End" appears on Anthrax's new album, For All Kings, which was released in February and marks their first since 2011's Worship Music. For All Kings is also the band's first studio album with Donais, who replaced Rob Caggiano in 2013.

Anthrax will return to the road this fall for a slew of North American dates alongside Slayer and Death Angel. The trek kicks off September 9th in Cleveland.