The consistently under-rated Anthrax, though beset by record contract setbacks, are still knocking out great albums (although less often than Id like). "We've Come for You All" provides the perfect mix of Anthrax's strengths - from the heavy riffs of "What Doesnt Die" and "Superhero" to the melodic sounds of "Safe Home", all topped off with a good pinch of tongue in cheek humour on "Cadillac Rock Box". Underpinning this are Scott Ian's sledgehammer guitar work and Charlie Benante's blistering drumming. (Charlie has always been one of the best but I think he's been practising - check out "Nobody Knows Anything"). Add to this John Bush's unique powerful/melodic voice and you have a damned fine album that should not be shamefully overlooked like the last two. Anthrax never went anywhere, but if you havent thaken the trouble look for them in a while, this is a good place to start paying your penance.
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