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former Anthrax singer Dan Nelson launches Hawks Of Metropolis
Former Anthrax singer Dan Nelson has launched a new Long Island, New York-based alternative rock band called Hawks Of Metropolis. Joining Nelson in the group are drummer John Joseph Cina and bassist Dan "Shaggy" Hoffman.

The debut Hawks Of Metropolis four-song Ep is now available for streaming in its entirety using the Bandcamp player below.

The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Field Of Gray (03:17)
02. Empty Proverbs (06:17)
03. Imaginary Plane (03:13)
04. Silhouette Of The Broken (04:14)

Hawks Of Metropolis is:

Dan Nelson - Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards
John Joseph Cina - Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals
Dan "Shaggy" Hoffman - Bass, Backing Vocals

Nelson last year settled a lawsuit he filed against Anthrax over the fallout from his departure from the veteran metal group. Details of the settlement were not made public.

Nelson, who was in Anthrax for nearly two years — from late 2007 until July 2009 — filed a lawsuit last November claiming that Charlie Benante (drums), Frank Bello (bass) and Scott Ian (guitar) falsely stated in "numerous interviews" that he had "abruptly resigned" after getting sick, forcing a cancelation of a tour. The $2.65-million suit also alleged that Benante told Blabbermouth.Net that Nelson "was a bully."

The Long Island native said his ex-bandmates' "intentional defamation" has caused him a loss of income and damaged his reputation.

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