No, not that one, the proper one.
This is a limited vinyl pressing (300, each numbered) of their first new studio tracks in 25 years, originally released on MCD in 2009. The band have put this out to raise money for Bradford's legendary '1 in 12 Club', who are facing large bills for essential safety work on their building.
Which means the first thing you'll get for your money is a warm glow from having helped out a punk institution.
You'll also get a heavy fold-out card cover with a piece about the club, lyrics to both tracks and some classic Anthrax artwork. They even include the MCD for free. Oh, and there's a record.
Never mind the 25 year gap, this is about as fresh as punk gets. The pace may have slowed a fraction but the urgency hasn't diminished one bit. The A side has a really powerful sound, almost an Oi! feel but with more depth to it. The flip is more traditionally moody @-punk, perked up with a simple semi-acoustic refrain along the way. The whole thing is like the second EP on steroids, and I'm really impressed with the progression. I'd even go as far as saying that, as a whole package, it's the best thing they've done to date.
The whole deal is £4 plus postage direct from the band at email@example.com or buy it on ebay for a little bit more.