Category: DEFAULT

Think About An End - Anthrax - Weve Come For You All (CD, Album)


Download Think About An End - Anthrax - Weve Come For You All (CD, Album)
2003


Sitemap

Loser Takes It All - The Blue Van - Love Shot (CD, Album), Various - Chill Out 2 (CD, Album), Dans Ma Maison - Yves Montand - Olympia ;81; (Vinyl, LP, Album), Poesy - Grieg* - Grieg Edition (CD), Introducing Works By J.S. Bach, Ravel, Mozart, Smetana & Mahler - Various - Hearing Is Believing (Vi, Something - Eric Poplin Spies - Effortless EP (File, MP3), Der Tag - Schiller - Sehnsucht Live (DVD), Hard, Hard Thing - King Django - Roots Tonic (Vinyl, LP, Album), Eumir Deodato - Deodato (Vinyl, LP, Album), Woman, Woman - Engelbert* - Träumen Mit Engelbert 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 Responses

  1. Fetaur says:
    Jul 03,  · Anthrax emerged from a 5-year hiatus in with their 10th studio album We've Come for You All. What's immediately clear listening to this album is that the time off and label changes, not to mention the anthrax attacks that momentarily panicked the nation, did absolutely nothing to blunt Anthrax's metal thrashing madness.4/5(61).
  2. Malalar says:
    May 06,  · This is my favorite Anthrax album, bar none. I'm sure there are some old school, Joey Belladonna-era Anthrax fans that think I'm crazy, and as a DLR Van Halen fan, I understand and respect that. I've got nothing against Belladona and actually like "Worship Music" a lot, but for my ears, We've Come For You All is the best/5().
  3. Kagasho says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of We've Come For You All on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Anthrax) - none • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, Acoustic.
  4. Gut says:
    Mar 03,  · Anthrax emerged from a 5-year hiatus in with their 10th studio album We've Come for You All. What's immediately clear listening to this album is that the time off and label changes, not to mention the anthrax attacks that momentarily panicked the nation, did absolutely nothing to blunt Anthrax's metal thrashing madness/5().
  5. Gakazahn says:
    The new five man line up featured on the album also places back the depth that was lost after the sound of white noise album. With songs like "Think about an End" and "Any Place but Here", modern hard rock/metal bands get a display of why guitar solos will always have a place in metal. All /5(3).
  6. Vudomi says:
    The cover art of Anthrax's We've Come for You All depicts the band gripping a circle of hands, as a beam of light shines on them from behind. It can be taken two ways. Vocalist John Bush, drummer Charlie Benante, bassist Frank Bello, rhythm guitarist Scott Ian, and new lead guitarist Rob Caggiano might be pulling their fans onto an imaginary stage, to join them in the limelight.8/
  7. Maukora says:
    This is my favorite Anthrax album, bar none. I'm sure there are some old school, Joey Belladonna-era Anthrax fans that think I'm crazy, and as a DLR Van Halen fan, I understand and respect that. I've got nothing against Belladona and actually like "Worship Music" a lot, but for my ears, We've Come For You All /5().
  8. Mozil says:
    We've Come for You All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Anthrax. It was released on May 6, through Nuclear Blast in Europe and Sanctuary Records in North America. This was the first Anthrax record to feature Rob Caggiano on lead guitar and their last studio album with John Bush on vocals.
  9. Tum says:
    Nov 18,  · I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG ANTHRAX DOES. Please look at my channel and subscribe if you like Rock! I have all sorts of bands and im posting more songs and bands every day!!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *