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Wow anthrax r back it's been 8 years in the making and a whole lot longer since we've heard Joey and this does not disappoint this is one of those albums where u think going into it it's gonna be some killer but mostly filler but I'll tell u on first listen all tracks are awsome yes there are some standouts such as the single fight em till u can't the opening track earth on hell the epic I'm alive and my personal favorite the constant but this album is still awsome from start to finish and won't have u skipping to the songs u like but listening to the whole 60min rifffest while I dont nessicaraly think its better than the legendary among the living or spreading the disease it definatly competes with these albums and will become a mainstay of the anthrax setlists to come in finishing an amazing album welcome back boys


I'll keep this short, this album far exceeded my expectations. This album has the attitude and brutal riffs of early Anthrax but with moments of amazing melodic and progressive sounding Metal. One of my Favourite albums of the year so far.


Why are we paying more an album that is $9.99 in the US ($9.40 AUS) Come on itunes, sort it out!


Formed: June, 1981 in New York, NY

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Nearly as much as Metallica or Megadeth, Anthrax were responsible for the emergence of speed and thrash metal. Combining the speed and fury of hardcore punk with the prominent guitars and vocals of heavy metal, they helped create a new subgenre of heavy metal on their early albums. Original guitarists Scott Ian and Dan Spitz were a formidable pair, spitting out lightning-fast riffs and solos that never seemed masturbatory. Unlike Metallica or Megadeth, they had the good sense to temper their often...
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