Anthrax's laziness and lack of production has long since stopped being a frustration for me, to me they are little more than Metallica Jnr. I listen to them with hope they'll one day be good again but I know they are just plodding along to retirement. Even if a cure is found touring the world will no longer be cheap and easy. We've seen the price increases laid out by the promotions industry and with one promotions company handling something like 97% of all festivals it's going to be near impossible to avoid those increases. There will be price increases at all the venues which will remain in place even after restrictions ease. There will be a massive increase in insurance premiums and fuel and all those important things fans don't care about but bands have to pay. Sure touring will come back but is not going to be as easy as it once was and it's not going to just come back full force because there is a demand for it. Demand of the fans also isn't going to mean much if this shit goes on for much longer and so many people become unemployed with jobs that wont come back. In this country where tickets for big shows are $150+ (pre covid) it's going to be a lot harder to convince 10,000 people to turn up if they are unemployed. Even for 2000 capacity venues where bands like Overkill and Obituary, who do seem to care about their fans, play, tickets that were once $75-90 will increase while the capacity is 25%, but they wont go down when that goes to 50%, or to 100%. It's easy to say demand is high at the moment, lockdown created demand for just about everything outside the house, but one can't push today's demands onto an unknown future.