|Price:||CDN$ 20.00 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25. Details|
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
|1. Worship (Intro)|
|2. Earth On Hell|
|3. The Devil You Know|
|4. Fight 'em Til You Can't|
|5. I'm Alive|
|6. Hymn 1|
|7. In The End|
|8. The Giant|
|9. Hymn 2|
|10. Judas Priest|
|12. The Constant|
|13. Revolution Screams|
2011 release, the long awaited studio album from one of the four original architects of Speed and Thrash metal. Not only is Worship Music Anthrax's first studio release in eight years, but the album marks the return of vocalist Joey Belladonna, whose last studio work with the band was 1990's Persistence of Time. Belladonna is now firmly back in the Anthrax line up with drummer Charlie Benante, guitarists Scott Ian and Robb Caggiano, and bassist Frank Bello. Worship Music was produced by Anthrax, Rob Caggiano and Jay Ruston and recorded over a four year period at studios in NY, LA and Chicago.
What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?
Top Customer Reviews
The funny thing for me is I usually prefer more "pissed off" gutteral vocals than the "classic" maiden/priest high-pitched wailing. That being said, Joey's vocals are great on Worship Music! He managed to do his thing tastefully without coming across as sappy or outdated, doing an amazing job of taking classic singing and bringing it into 2012 - and more importantly doing it well / making it work; and meanwhile the rest of the band is just tearing it up track after track! To all the "John Bush only" fans: you're probably more of a Pantera fan than an Anthrax fan anyway... we get it. Well, get over it. This is metal at it's finest, and if vocals are all you care about, maybe some choir music would be a better choice.
If you've ever been a metal fan, buy this album.
Most recent customer reviews
So they add their recent covers album to Worship music as a bonus disc and call it a tour edition......pretty lame cash grab.Published 12 months ago by Deimos
The first album with Joey Belladonna back on vocals and they have definitely not missed a beat. Any fan of the vintage Anthrax sound will not be disappointed.Published on Sept. 16 2012 by K. Churchill