We've Come for You All

lista zespołów Thrash Metal Anthrax We've Come for You All
Słowa
dodaj artykuł
Add an audio file
16/20
Band Name Anthrax
Album Name We've Come for You All
Type Album
Data wpisu 24 Luty 2003
Wydawcy Nuclear Blast
Styl muzycznyThrash Metal
Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album383

Tracklist

Bonustracks from Limited Digipack Edition
1.
 Contact
 01:15
2.
 What Doesn't Die
 04:10
3.
 Superhero
 04:03
4.
 Refuse to Be Denied
 03:20
5.
 Safe Home
 05:11
6.
 Any Place But Here
 05:49
7.
 Nobody Knows Anything
 02:57
8.
 Strap It On
 03:32
9.
 Black Dahlia
 02:38
10.
 Cadillac Rock Box
 03:41
11.
 Taking the Music Back
 03:11
12.
 Crash
 00:58
13.
 Think About an End
 05:09
14.
 W.C.F.Y.A. (We've Come for You All)
 04:12

Bonus
15.
 Safe Home (Acoustic Version)
 05:55
16.
 We're a Happy Family (The Ramones Cover)
 05:07

Total playing time: 01:01:08



Brak artykułów w języku Polskim.
Artykuły w języku angielskim są wyświetlone.
Bądź pierwszym który je doda!

Artykuł @ L4G4RT0

21 Listopad 2010
It's been ages since I've heard about Anthrax, mainly because I felt a bit uninterested by the band's kind of sound but some weeks ago I decided to take a listen to this "We've Come for You All" and here I am now writing about it.

I admit that I feel very impressed by the album because I didn't saw this coming...! I was kinda expecting to hear those old formulas, the "old" guys trying to be funny while they are not funny anymore, but Anthrax are really different now: a more mature band, with some very interesting sound mixing rock and thrash metal in a very balanced way, going smoother sometimes, louder once in a while, but maintaining their coolness, yes because that's what Anthrax has always been about! The band managed to build some instant classics like "Superhero", "Safe Home", the funny "Cadillac Rock Box" and "Taking the Music Back", with great rhythm and catchy melodies, but they also managed to build some more serious and intense tracks like "Any place but here", "Refuse to be denied" or "
One of the strengths of Anthrax is a man called John Bush! He's always been a great vocalist and even Metallica wanted him in the old days when no one in the band wanted to sing (yes, now we like Hetfield, mainly because we got used to him but imagine this guy singing in Metallica: it would've been great!). Well, John Bush gives Anthrax a power that the band didn't had before with Belladonna. It's not that Belladonna is a bad singer at all but hell Bush is more of a thrash singer than Belladonna is and it's voice is almost perfect in this work. The tougher songs are "Strap it on" and the really heavy "Black Dahlia", but although I don't like them too much, it's my personal taste because there's Nothing really wrong with them.

"We've Come for You All" is (after all) a great work for Anthrax. Some might say it has some "easy" songs, made for being radio-hits but if that it's part of the fun, I don't have anything negative to say about that, since I have myself turned a bit softer since the 90's, when I could listen to much less-melodic songs. Overall ratings here are a bit low in my opinion but it's my understanding that this might be one of the best Anthrax albums.


2 Komentarze

0 Like

Share
CLucker666 - 19 Lipiec 2012: dude... belladonna sounds WAY more thrash then anything bush has ever done for anthrax..good try but i definitely disagree with most of this
L4G4RT0 - 19 Lipiec 2012: It's a good thing that we don't agree with everyone. It's your opinion, I got mine!... but I respect your point of view. I even went back to hear some old tunes to see if I might be wrong, and I keep my opinion. Belladona is more of a Power-Metal vocalist (in most of the songs), than a thrash-metal one... Just to make sure we all got it: i also liked the "old" Anthrax back in the eighties and nineties!
    Musisz być użytkownikiem tej strony aby dodać komentarz