We've come for you all


ANTHRAX - We've come for you all

Veröffentlicht am: 24.02.2003

We've Come for You All. The title of the long-awaited new album from New York's Anthrax speaks for itself. Anthrax have indeed come for us all, and once again they do so with an album without regard to trends, just rock 'n roll and kickin' everybody's fuckin' ass! Since John Bush joined the band in 1992, Anthrax developed into a modern and timeless rock act, releasing such brilliant records as Sound of White Noise, Stomp 442 and Volume 8. We' ve Come for You All carries on the tradition with 13 new tracks (plus an intro) that won't give you a second of rest. Produced by Rob Caggiano, Anthrax made a heavy and dynamic record that will speak to rock, alternative and metal audiences. Anthrax was formed in 1981 by guitarist Scott "Not" Ian, who tried to find musicians that shared his passion for Black Sabbath and AC/DC, as well as the punk and hardcore scene. After several line-up changes, Anthrax recorded a 5-track demo with Neil Turbin on vocals. Manowar guitar player Ross the Boss produced the band's first single "Soldiers of Metal," which helped spread Anthrax all over the underground. Once again their line-up changed and drummer Charlie Benante, as well as guitar player Dan Spitz, entered the band. In 1993, their debut album Fistful of Metal was released supported by a tour with Raven. Although the album received great reactions everywhere, Turbin decided to leave the band. Anthrax hired the talented vocalist Joey Belladona as a replacement. The Armed and Dangerous EP wasrecorded followed by the excellent Spreading the Disease album, which established the band worldwide. After their first European tour, Anthrax released Among the Living, which landed on the charts in Great Britain fueled by the singles "I am the Law" and later "I'm the Man." Anthrax became one of the leading heavy metal acts around, forming "The Four Horsemen of Speed Metal" along with Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth. With their skater outfits and inclusion of rap elements in their sound, Anthrax became the godfathers of a crossover scene that developed some years laterin bands like Limp Bizkit. Anthrax were true innovators, years a head of their time. State of Euphoria and Persistence of Time continued the tradition. This was the time when Anthrax got fed up with longtime Belladona and some time later they decided to go separate ways. Armored Saint vocalist John Bush got the job and marked a new period in the history of Anthrax. After many years of silence, Anthrax returned in autumn 2002, supporting Motörhead in Europe, which received a great response everywhere. Playing a set that included lots of classics, they also added in the new track "Superhero." Anthrax are back, more hungry than ever before. We've Come for You All is a timeless masterpiece of modern rock/metal. Play it loud and shout it out even louder!

Tracklist Dauer
1 - Intro 1:15
2 - What Doesn't Die 4:09
3 - Superhero 4:03
4 - Refuse To Be Denied 3:20
5 - Safe Home 5:10
6 - Any Place But Here 5:49
7 - Nobody Knows Anything 2:57
8 - Strap It On 3:31
9 - Black Dahlia 2:38
10 - Caddilac Rock Box 3:41
11 - Taking The Music Back 3:10
12 - Crash 0:57
13 - Thinking About An End 5:09
14 - We've Come For You All 4:11