Anthrax - Worship Music

Anthrax - Worship Music Review

Who's better? Joey Belladonnna or John Bush? I happen to be a fan of both, yet I would be the first one to say "Sound of White Noise" was the best disc in the Anthrax catalog. Until now. "Worship Music" I believe has now taken the reigns as the greatest Anthrax CD. That is certainly a bold statement when you think about all the time and issues that have surrounded this CD and its release.

Joey Belladonna has officially returned for the third time to Anthrax and what a treat we have for our listening pleasure. "Earth on Hell" kicks off this record with pure thrash. "The Devil You Know" is just a crusher that will have you cranking this disc. Then there is "Fight 'Em 'Til You Can't" with killer guitars and zombie fighting lyrics that takes me back to the early days of Anthrax. A personal favorite on "Worship Music" is "In the End" which is a track written about rock greats Dimebag Darrell and Ronnie James Dio.

The band sounds incredible on "Worship Music," and this is the disc that all of us Anthrax fans have been waiting for. I really didn't even think this disc would see the light of day, but I am excited that it has and you will be too once you get your hands on this disc.

Crank it up loud!

01. Worship (Intro)
02. Earth On Hell
03. The Devil You Know
04. Fight 'Em 'Til You Can't
05. I'm Alive
06. Hymn 1
07. In The End
08. The Giant
09. Hymn 2
10. Judas Priest
11. Crawl
12. The Constant
13. Revolution Screams

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