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“Let me start this review by upsetting a few people -...”

written by slushman on 14/12/2005

Let me start this review by upsetting a few people - 'I THINK [email protected] COME FOR YOU ALL IS THE BEST ANTHRAX ALBUM!'Having been a fan since the mid-eighties, I always felt that then-vocalist Joey Belladonna seemed slightly out of place, with his Dio-meets-Dickinson wail sitting uncomfortably with the band's brutal thrash attack. Therefore, when Armoured Saint singer John Bush was brought in to replace Belladonna in 1992, Anthrax (to me) seemed more complete - more the band they should have been.
Previous albums with Bush have been consistently good, but they've never made a masterpiece. Nothing that really set Anthrax apart as the pioneers of modern metal that they are. 'We've Come For You All' changes that!
Opener 'What Doesn't Die' comes charging out of the speakers and grabs you with it's brutal verse and shout-a-long chorus. 'Superhero' drops the pace by a beat, but still rides a groove heavier than a lorry-load of spanners. 'Refuse to be Denied' echoes 'Load'-era Metallica but with a bit more kick, whilst the first single 'Safe Home' shows that the band can be brutal and catchy without compromise.
It would be wrong to say that the whole album is brilliant. 'Taking the Music Back' just doesn't excite, and neither does 'Cadillac Rock Box'. These could have been dropped from the final album, and I don't think anyone would miss them.
Rounding off with the brilliant 'Think About an End' and the title track, plus a Ramones cover (I guess to show their New York roots!) this album positively pulses with energy. The fact that nobody will buy it, and claim that 'Among the Living' and 'Spreading the Disease' remain the band's best works, shows how ahead of their time Anthrax were. Maybe in ten years time this album will get the credit it deserves.

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Timppete's Response to slushman's Review

Written on: 19/12/2005

Totally agree. Bush works for me over Beladonna now - he seems more relevent. Having said that I still think Caught in a Mosh is a classic.

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