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Album: Anthrax – Worship Music

September 15th, 2011

Worship Music
Nuclear Blast
12 September 2011

by Amit Sharma

It’s been a long time coming, but after an eight-year wait, and two years of frontman-deliberation, Anthrax are finally back with their tenth studio album, Worship Music. Originally intended to be their first album with their eighth and short-lived vocalist, Dan Nelson, and then for some time following his dismissal seeming like John Bush would be back in the picture, it finally fell to the now re-instated frontman, Joey Belladonna, to eventually provide the album’s vocals. After all this drama, will Worship Music actually be worth the wait?

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Sonisphere Festival 2009: Anthrax @ Apollo Stage – Saturday, 01 August 2009

August 2nd, 2009

Anthrax John Bush promo photo Thrash Hits

“You cannot kill what does not die” – not just the lyrical core of Anthrax’s set opener, ‘What Doesn’t Die’, here at Sonsphere 2009, but a fitting commentary on the situation surrounding their entire appearance this weekend. With former frontman John Bush stepping in to fill for the recently resigned/fired [delete according to preference] Dan Nelson, for all their flaws, Anthrax have more willpower driving them on than a dozen neo-thrash revivalist outfits. Despite all their ups and downs, there’s a reason Anthrax are still going.

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