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For All Kings feels like a gushing love letter to the days of classic heavy metal, when teenage headbangers carved “Iron Maiden” into their school desks. There’s certainly plenty of scowling thrash to be found on “You Gotta Believe” and “Evil Twin.” Yet the band nimbly counterbalance snarling aggression with Joey Belladonna’s soaring vocals and the dizzyingly melodic fretwork of Scott Ian and Jon Donais. When Anthrax launch into “All of Them Thieves,” it doesn’t feel like a song so much as a triumphant march to the top of a mountain.

Customer Reviews

Thrash at it's Finest

Everything so far is fast-paced, aggressive, technical, and dark. ANTHRAX IS BACK! \m/

Another Great Tack

Haters are going to be haters I like what I have heard so far and of course it sounds like 80's Anthrax Joey is singing and theres nothing wrong with that he's back were he belongs.

Bring Bush back

Where are the killer hooks? Neither song has an edge or the killer guitar licks anthrax is famous for. They made their best album ever with John Bush, then go back to Joey.


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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