We've Come for You All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Anthrax. It was released on May 6, 2003 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 final studio album with John Bush on vocals. The album was recorded over a one-year span at the BearTracks Recording Studio in Suffern, New York
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. The song writing is fantastic, it's very heavy, the songs all stand apart as being different (unlike Stomp where they all sounded the same), and John Bush flat out has the growling voice to not only go along with the songs, but to make them better . This is a monster album, with heavy guitar licks and riffs, and the speed that we all have come to expect from Anthrax. 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.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Anthrax discography (all). lt; The Collection (2002). We've Come for You All + The Greater of Two Evils. Disc 2 - The Greater of Two Evils.
Album Name The Greater of Two Evils. Data de lançamento 23 Novembro 2004. Labels Nuclear Blast. Recorded at Avatar Studios (ex-Power Station). Estilo de MúsicaThrash Metal. Membros têm este álbum180.
We've Come For You All (2003)We've Come For You All2003. The Greater of Two Evils (2004). Worship Music (2011)Worship Music2011. The album was released in November 2004 (2004 in music) on the Sanctuary record label. The album is made up of fourteen songs from the band's early era that were first released between 1983 and 1990. These tracks have been re-recorded by Anthrax's 2004 lineup, with vocalist John Bush recording new version of songs originally sung by Neil Turbin and Joey Belladonna. The track list was then recorded by the band "live" in the studio over two days.
I've never been the biggest John Bush fan in the world. He was the polar opposite of Joey Belladonna, and pretty much forced Anthrax to abandon their old style for a new one that was just as rooted in hard rock, punk, and grunge than it was in thrash. This seeped much of the life out of the band, and served as their downfall, producing duds such as Sound Of White Noise, Stomp 442, and We've Come For You All, the latter advertised as a 'return to form' that, in reality, only brings a couple of decent thrash songs to the table and mostly sticks with the failed formula. The album only has one true downfall, that goes beyond any John Bush bias or just not liking Anthrax. And that would be the aforementioned guitar solos. They sound hollow and have relatively little heaviness.
|We'Ve Come For You All|
|1-02||What Doesn't Die||4:09|
Lead Guitar – Charlie*
|1-04||Refuse To Be Denied
Vocals [Screams] – Anthony Martini
Lead Guitar [First Lead] – Charlie*
|1-06||Any Place But Here
Guitar [Harmony] – Charlie*, Scott*
|1-07||Nobody Knows Anything||2:57|
|1-08||Strap It On
Lead Guitar – Dimebag*
|1-10||Cadillac Rock Box
Lead Guitar – Dimebag*Slide Guitar – Charlie*
|1-11||Taking The Music Back
Vocals – Roger Daltrey
Vocals – Frank*
|1-13||Think About An End
Lead Guitar – Charlie*, Scott*
|1-15||Safe Home (Acoustic)||5:55|
|1-16||We're A Happy Family||5:07|
|The Greater Of Two Evils|
|2-02||Metal Thrashing Mad||2:48|
|2-03||Caught In A Mosh||5:27|
|2-05||Among The Living||5:52|
|2-06||Keep It In The Family||7:24|
|2-10||I Am The Law||6:03|
|2-11||Belly Of The Beast||5:42|
|2-13||Be All End All||6:28|
|NB 2033-2, 27361 20332||Anthrax||We've Come For You All + The Greater Of Two Evils (Box, Comp, Ltd + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2033-2, 27361 20332||Europe||2013|