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Eight years since their previous studio album, 2003’s We’ve Come For You All, and the group’s first album with singer Joey Belladonna since 1990’s Persistence of Time, Worship Music has the distinction of being a true comeback for one of thrash metal’s original practitioners. Initial recordings were made with vocalist Dan Nelson, but his tracks were scrapped and several new songs were added to the album. “Earth On Hell” establishes that the band has lost none of their speed or their power, though the tune dovetails quite nicely into various tempos. “Judas Priest” is a worthy tribute to the seminal heavy-metal band. “The Devil You Know” settles into a cruising speed. “Fight ‘Em Til You Can’t” stomps with ferocity and solid guitar histrionics. “I’m Alive” is a dynamic track that allows Belladonna to straddle the band as they buck ahead, proving that sometimes age and experience can really play a hand in ensuring that an idea takes shape. This music doesn’t just attack; it often swings. There’s even extensive video footage chronicling the making of the album.

Customer Reviews

Simply awesome

Anthrax are back and getting better with age. The long awaited Worship Music is out and the wait was well worth it, this album is just immense. Earth on Hell is just insane and the whole band just gel together to put out what has to be THE metal release of 2011. Rob has become a very big part of the band on this album, his solos are just fantastic and Joey's vocals fit in perfectly. It's like he's never been away from the band. A definite 5 stars from me. This one won't be leaving the car stereo for quite some time.

Anthrax - back and better!

I'll be honest - i was always a fan of the John Bush versions of this band and the joey era stuff, i tended to overlook......but not anymore! He's immense on this album. Vocals are top notch, harmonies there, music production and mixing sounds fantastic. The music itself is one foot in the now and one firmly planted, as it always will be, in the old skool, and the tunes are excellent. Solos are brilliant and this is my favourite Anthrax album since the mid '90s. Awesome. Now all i need is Megadeth's new one to be this good and i'm laughing.


Bloody awesome guys ;)

Worship Music (Bonus Track Version), Anthrax
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 12 September 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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