Despite being counted as one of Thrashï¿½s Big Four of the late 80s / early 90s along with Slayer, Metallica and Megadeth, apart from first couple of releases Anthrax were never really a Thrash band in the traditional sense. That minor irrelevence aside though, they were, and still are one of the best Metal bands in the world. In my humble opinion, this is the finest record of their 9 album long career. Every single one of the 11 tracks are absolutely superb, though special mentions go to Room For One More, Invisible, 1000 Points Of Hate and C11 H17 N2 O2 S Na (Sodium Pentathol, I did A-level chemistry!!!). As John Bushï¿½s first album after joining the band, he had to prove that he was a worthy replacement for Joe Belladona who had recently left. In my opinion, he did more than that, he proved that he is one of the best vocalists in Metal full-stop. His performance throughout the whole album is flawless, as is that of Anthraxï¿½s best known and most potent weapon, Scott Ianï¿½s crunching rhythm guitar. No matter what kind of Metal you like, be it Death, Grindcore, Industrial or even (horror of all horrors) Nu-Metal, you will like this album and you will like Anthrax. Absolutely superb stuff as ever.