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Although Fisher preferred the albums with John Bush on vocals, he remarked that Worship Music is a fine recording with a career-defining performance by Joey Belladonna. However, this did not happen. However, there were obviously problems between Nelson and the rest of the band and by the next year, he was out. ViciousFriendlyFish , December 2nd, Retrieved September 18,

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Much like the rest of the ‘Big Four’ whether you subscribe to that idiom or notAnthrax took quite a beating throughout the 90s, mutating their thrash sound to remain current with the perceived modernization of ‘cool’. The song is one of the best on the album. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook.

A Pantera clone in the verses or light-thrash? Worship Music was internationally released on September 12,and on September 13 in the United States. This has hardly anything to do with metal and is too cheesy to be true. It sounds like they tune down a little bit, making the music a little heavier then mix in that groove laden style in there. Retrieved August 4, Others that stand out are “The Giant”, despite the slightly corny lyrical scheme, and the bluesy, burning antnrax of “Judas Priest”, despite the oddity of its title and the far too serious seeming lyrics for Anthrax, at least.


This is instantly listenable stuff, which doesn’t slack on instrumentation or heaviness. Even though the band sounds quite diversified and slightly progressive on some tracks, they could though have worked even more with those ideas and might create some even more epic experiments for an upcoming record if they don’t split apart once again.

Retrieved April 3, And anthtax succeeding at it. The rest of the album looks a little bit ajthrax. He muxic that the humor that characterized the previous albums was still present, and called this album a “fresh fistful worwhip metal”.

Unlike the last two and very very good Bush-era records, which leaned slightly in a hard rock direction, ‘Worship Music’ finds Anthrax very solidly in thrash mode. Thankfully, when I listened to the album upon its release, I was proved wrong.

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Anthrax was announced as the headliner for the third annual Metal Alliance US tour, which endured through March and April And secondly, is it a great Anthrax album? Regardless, I bought my Sonisphere ticket, knowing I’d end up seeing Bush.

First of all, it’s worhip. The album was released on September 12, internationally, and on September 13 in the United States.

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And so, 3 years after it was supposed to come out, ‘Worship Music’ is unleashed on the world. Retrieved July 25, Anthrax spent the following two years touring in support of Worship Music.

The day I saw Anthrax’s logo had reverted to it’s old style where the ‘r’ covers the ‘n’, ‘t’ anghrax ‘h’I spent the week trying to convince my friends anthrac this worhip the sign we’d been waiting for: That brings aanthrax to now and finally after eight years of instability, playing favourites and other bullshit, Anthrax have released a new album, entitled ‘Worship Music’.


They’d play a set of songs not designed for Bush’s vocals, and I’d have to live with that. Michael Christopher of The Boston Phoenix commented that Anthrax has learned from its past mistakes in making the album. On ‘Worship Music’, Belladonna’s vocals are quite melodic, more matured but overall much like where he left off from ‘Persistence of Time’; and some of the songs are a reflection of his vocals, containing more melody than ever before.

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I was thirteen years old when the John Bush-fronted Sound of White Noise came out, and to this day it remains one of my all time favorite metal albums. This albums finds the bands revisiting their old thrash metal roots, yet does not sound like a rip-off of their classic albums.

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Tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12 and 13 co-written by Dan Nelson.