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Anthrax: Among The Livingcompact discs
Anthrax: Among The Living

Release Date: Mar 22, 1987. Genres: Thrash Metal, Crossover Thrash. Label: Megaforce, Island. Number Of Tracks: 9. This is, without a doubt, Anthrax finest hour - a roaring, adrenaline-pumped collection of flailing beats, precise, razor-edged riffs and shout-along refrains.

POSTED: 11/03/2005 - 06:35 am

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Anthrax: For All Kingscompact discs
Anthrax: For All Kings

Released: Feb 26, 2016. Genre: Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal. Label: Megaforce. Number Of Tracks: 13. After making a reputable return to their thrash style in their tenth album, Anthrax get even stronger with their thrash sound in their eleventh album, "For All Kings."

POSTED: 03/05/2016 - 08:25 am

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Anthrax: Anthems [EP]compact discs
Anthrax: Anthems [EP]

Released: Mar 19, 2013. Genre: Thrash Metal, Heavy Metal. Label: Megaforce, Nuclear Blast. Number Of Tracks: 8. Anthrax pay tribute to some classic '70s rock 'n' roll on a light-hearted covers set.

POSTED: 03/25/2013 - 07:01 am

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Anthrax: I'm The Man [EP]compact discs
Anthrax: I'm The Man [EP]

Released: 1987. Genre: Thrash Metal, Rap Metal. Label: Island. Number Of Tracks: 6. The production on this EP is more than excellent. The drums pound, the guitars rip, and the bass thunders.

POSTED: 04/06/2012 - 07:09 am

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Anthrax: Worship Musiccompact discs
Anthrax: Worship Music

Released: Sep 13, 2011. Genre: Thrash Metal. Label: Megaforce. Number Of Tracks: 13. "Worship Music" is Anthrax's 10th studio album release with Joey Belladonna rejoining the band on vocals. This is Anthrax's first release in 8 years and a strong comeback album.

POSTED: 09/15/2011 - 09:57 am

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Anthrax: Fistful Of Metalcompact discs
Anthrax: Fistful Of Metal

Release Date: Jan 1984. Genres: Thrash Metal. Label: Megaforce. Number Of Tracks: 10. The album is original nonetheless and if you like Anthrax then you will like this album.

POSTED: 10/01/2009 - 08:24 am

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Anthrax: Sound Of White Noisecompact discs
Anthrax: Sound Of White Noise

Release Date: May 25, 1993. Genres: Groove Metal, Thrash Metal. Label: Elektra. Number Of Tracks: 11. "Sound of White Noise" isn't a peerless, groundbreaking album like "Among the Living" or "I'm the Man," but it does return them to the esteemed state of metal masters that is their birthright.

POSTED: 07/23/2007 - 11:56 am

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Anthrax: Stomp 442compact discs
Anthrax: Stomp 442

Release Date: Oct 24, 1995. Genres: Groove Metal, Thrash Metal. Label: Elektra. Number Of Tracks: 11. Anthrax continued their downward spiral with "Stomp 442," a generic collection of speed metal bombast.

POSTED: 06/27/2007 - 04:12 pm

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Anthrax: State Of Euphoriacompact discs
Anthrax: State Of Euphoria

Release Date: Sep 19, 1988. Genres: Thrash Metal. Label: Megaforce, Island. Number Of Tracks: 10. The proper follow-up to "Among the Living" was somewhat disappointing in its inconsistency.

POSTED: 02/20/2006 - 10:27 am

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Anthrax: Persistence Of Timecompact discs
Anthrax: Persistence Of Time

Release Date: Aug 21, 1990. Genre: Thrash Metal, Groove Metal. Label: Megaforce, Island. Number Of Tracks: 11. "Persistence of Time" rivals "Among the Living" as Anthrax's best album and might even be a clear-cut favorite if some of the songs had been trimmed a bit.

POSTED: 02/20/2006 - 10:25 am

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Anthrax: Spreading The Diseasecompact discs
Anthrax: Spreading The Disease

Release Date: Oct 30, 1985. Genres: Thrash Metal. Label: Megaforce, Island. Number Of Tracks: 9. Anthrax's first album with vocalist Joey Belladonna is a huge leap forward, featuring strongly rhythmic, pounding riffs and vocals that alternate between hardcore-type shouting and surprising amounts of melody.

POSTED: 11/11/2005 - 07:35 am

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Anthrax: Among The Livingcompact discs
Anthrax: Among The Living

Release Date: Mar 22, 1987. Genres: Thrash Metal, Crossover Thrash. Label: Megaforce, Island. Number Of Tracks: 9. This is, without a doubt, Anthrax finest hour - a roaring, adrenaline-pumped collection of flailing beats, precise, razor-edged riffs and shout-along refrains.

POSTED: 11/03/2005 - 06:35 am

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