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For All Kings by Anthrax

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For All Kings

Anthrax

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Album

For All Kings

Anthrax

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Label: Megaforce
Jarred by recent terrorist attacks and mass shootings, the thrash veterans turn righteous in songs like “Evil Twin” — “Slaughtering the innocent!,” Joey Belladonna rages, “you’re no martyrs!” — and punk-shouted closer “Zero Tolerance,” which battles “racial hate, the police state,” child killers, religious extremism and politicians of all stripes. That’s the tightest cut, but elsewhere they stretch out, twice for well over seven minutes, changing abruptly from automatic-rifle sputter to power-metal solos that, thanks to new guitarist Jon Donais from Shadows Fall, often feel surprisingly fluid.

About This Album

Jarred by recent terrorist attacks and mass shootings, the thrash veterans turn righteous in songs like “Evil Twin” — “Slaughtering the innocent!,” Joey Belladonna rages, “you’re no martyrs!” — and punk-shouted closer “Zero Tolerance,” which battles “racial hate, the police state,” child killers, religious extremism and politicians of all stripes. That’s the tightest cut, but elsewhere they stretch out, twice for well over seven minutes, changing abruptly from automatic-rifle sputter to power-metal solos that, thanks to new guitarist Jon Donais from Shadows Fall, often feel surprisingly fluid.

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About This Album

Jarred by recent terrorist attacks and mass shootings, the thrash veterans turn righteous in songs like “Evil Twin” — “Slaughtering the innocent!,” Joey Belladonna rages, “you’re no martyrs!” — and punk-shouted closer “Zero Tolerance,” which battles “racial hate, the police state,” child killers, religious extremism and politicians of all stripes. That’s the tightest cut, but elsewhere they stretch out, twice for well over seven minutes, changing abruptly from automatic-rifle sputter to power-metal solos that, thanks to new guitarist Jon Donais from Shadows Fall, often feel surprisingly fluid.