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Anthrax - Stomp 442 (Cassette, Album)

   05.07.2019  8 Comments

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8 thoughts on “ Anthrax - Stomp 442 (Cassette, Album)

  1. Also, this album is a showcase for drummer Charlie Benante, who delivers some driving rhythms throughout. Everything about Stomp feels completely, horribly forced. ’s Sound of White Noise might have made some concessions to the times, but it still felt like Anthrax, and in many ways it was the logical next step from Persistence of Time.
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  4. With Stomp they continue down the same path except they throw in some groove metal, almost nu-metal elements into the mix. Sounds harmless, right? Wrong. This album has some of the most boring song writing on any Anthrax record, and is arguably the worst album out of any of the big four’s detrimental releases (not counting Lulu). The /5.
  5. Feb 16,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Random Acts of Senseless Violence · Anthrax Stomp - Expanded Edition ℗ Anthrax .
  6. Imagine the surprise then when, with new recruit John Bush in the frontman position - recruited from fellow US metallers Armored Saint - Anthrax burst back onto the scene with The Sound Of White Noise in Two years later, they were back again, this time with Stomp /5.
  7. Nov 07,  · Originally released in , Stomp was the second album of "the Bush era". I was always aware of Anthrax growing up, but aside from their goofball "I'm the Man" single, the band never really made much of an impact on me until they replaced vocalist Joey Belladonna with Armored Saint's John Bush/5().
  8. I definitely like the Bush era as well, but I feel like his vocal range was a lot more limited. Although most my recent Anthrax listening in the past year or two have been from that era, I cannot think of a time on Stomp where he seemed to change it up much.

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