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Persistence Of Time itself captured the sound of the time. While still firmly rooted in the old school sound they had made for themselves in the 80's there were hints of the new progressive sound the would use to reinvent for themselves in the 90's with John Bush.
As usual with Anthrax the rhythm section of Ian, Benate and Bello out does any other Thrash outfit. Dan Spitz often over looked as a lead guitarist plays some of the best solos of his carer, while Joey Belladonna sings out of his skin epitomising the operatic style used by many Thrash bands of the 80's, on what would be his last studio album with the band.
If you are a fan of any of Anthrax's albums during the 80's you really should by this album as it is not just a classic Anthrax album but a classic of the genre.