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Anthrax - 1984 Fistful Of Metal
A tragedy this would prove to be - is that this is the only slab of vinyl from this version of Anthrax.

Anthrax - 1985 Spreading The Disease
'Spreading The Disease' is the album that propelled Anthrax into metals upper hierarchy and somehow they've managed to stay there, despite their chequered history ever since John Bush took over from Belladonna back in 1992.

Anthrax - 1988 State Of Euphoria
'State Of Euphoria' arguably, was not one of Anthrax's better albums. It was a painful slide into reality considering how good their previous set 'Among The Living' was..

Anthrax - 1993 Sound Of White Noise
For Anthrax this obviously was supposed to be their aforementioned 'Black' album and it should have been. This masterpiece remains proof of how good they once were, a classic in a barren era for metal.

Anthrax - 1995 Stomp 442
'Stomp 442' therefore sounded like an entirely different band, with little traces to the past. It was produced by industrial guru's The Butcher Brothers, who gave it such an atmosphere. There was no thrash whatsoever, Anthrax now taking the Metallica and Megadeth route.

Anthrax - 2005 Interview with Frank Bello/Joey Belladonna
Anthrax interview with Frank Bello and Joey Belladonna - October 2005.

Anthrax - 2016 For All Kings
A jumbled album which is an improvement on 2011's 'Worship Music' but doesn't offer anything new, which as you'd expect is hard to do after 35 years.

Belladonna - 1998 Spells Of Fear
An impressive outing with nary a poor track on offer. Belladonna proved himself to be Anthrax's equal with this albums consistency, and it's something Anthrax's own 1998, the poorly conceived, stylistically cofused 'Volume 8' couldn't do, retain a constant sound throughout.

The Essential Series - 2017 Thrash Metal (Volume 1), by Dtabachn
Thrash Metal was the most extreme form of music in the mid 80's. It still is in a way today. This is a mix of essential and favorite albums organized by release dates. I had a blast putting the article together.

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