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"Unmistakable riffs, mindf**k drumming and classic songs--they've opened too many doors to mention. Badasses."

--Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters

"In the pantheon of modern metal, Anthrax are certainly a cornerstone, and if one listens, one can hear their influence on any number of up-and-coming bands of the new generation."

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  • Audio CD (May 6, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • ASIN: B000092Q46
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,912 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Contact
2. What Doesn't Die
3. Superhero
4. Refuse To Be Denied
5. Safe Home
6. Any Place But Here
7. Nobody Knows Anything
8. Strap It On
9. Black Dahlia
10. Cadillac Rock Box
11. Taking The Music Back
12. Crash Anthrax
13. Think About An End
14. W.C.F.Y.A.

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Media Type: CD
Artist: ANTHRAX
Title: WE'VE COME FOR YOU ALL
Street Release Date: 05/06/2003
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Genre: HEAVY METAL

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You'll find no rap metal or nu metal on We've Come for You All--just Anthrax's inimitable thrash-metal melded with contemporary melodies, dynamics, and booming, arena-worthy production. Two way-cool guests--Roger Daltrey and Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell--are under-utilized on their respective songs, but with machine-gun, heart-pounding double-bass drums and vocalist John Bush's convincing snarl, it hardly matters. Bush, who has been in Anthrax since the early '90s, has been part of much of the group's best and most mature (if not most commercially successful) material. The dynamic "Superhero" is a winner, as is the radio-ready, not-too-heavy "Safe Home." "Nobody Knows Anything" and "Strap It On" are the best of the heaviest entries. Effective acoustic moments, Scott Ian's guitar work, smart lyrics, and a 7-minute-plus title track that never drags prove that Anthrax may not be metal du jour, but they're consistently superior. --Katherine Turman

Customer Reviews

This is Anthrax's best album to date.
Nate Milliken
After listening through the album a few times, I found just about every song is great.
GalvatronX
This album smokes - just like all the John Bush era albums.
Dentallica

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By SpacemanHardy on May 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
After nearly five years, Anthrax are FINALLY back with their latest studio album, and to be perfectly honest, it couldn't have come sooner. This is without a doubt the BEST metal album I've heard this year, bar none. Almost every beat, every riff, and every lick on this album is perfect, which definitely goes to show that the guys of Anthrax certainly didn't sit on their laurels during their long absense. Here are the track ratings, as far as my personal opinion goes:
1.) Contact (3/5) This isn't really a song, but an intro into the rest of the album. At least, unlike other bands, Anthrax makes there intro sound like a song, albeit a very short one. It's still good and serves it's purpose.
2.) What Doesn't Die (5/5) This was the first track that I ever heard before this album's release, and it's still one of my favorites. Charlie boggles the mind yet again with his impossibly fast double-bass drums.
3.) Superhero (5/5) Another really good song. This one is basically your standard Anthrax song, which is in no way a bad thing.
4.) Refuse To Be Denied (4/5) Eh, this song is okay. Not as hard as some of the others, but not the fastest either. Kinda has an almost patriotic feel to it, unlike most metal songs.
5.) Safe Home (5/5) The first single. Sure, it's radio friendly. Sure, it's the softest song on the album. But I'll guarantee that it'll get stuck in your head after a few listens.
6.) Any Place But Here (5/5) What, another ballad? No! That intro is just there to confuse you. This song is actually quite fast, and has a killer chorus to boot. Still, it's no possible match for...
7.) Nobody Knows Anything (10/5) My personal favorite song on the CD. Just about everything about this song is great.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bill Allison on May 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Say what you will about Anthrax, but these guys know how to make a metal album. It's true that there are many die-hard Belladonna fans out there who are still mourning his absence but that's been more than a decade ago, and with the addition of John Bush, the band has put forth some of their strongest material ever. "Sound Of White Noise" is a classic in my book, and "Stomp 442" runs closely behind but with "We've Come For You All", the guys have really out-done themselves.
Every track here is a winner in it's own right and no, you won't find any nu-metal riffs nor will you find any rapping or whining. What you do get is REAL metal the way that it was meant to be played: Loud and fast, with CONVICTION. There is something about their music that never sounds dated and you could take any song from "White Noise", put it on the radio, and people would never know that it came out ten years ago. Did you ever hear "Only"? In case you haven't, it's probably one of the best metal songs ever recorded and it has NEVER managed to get stale.
On, "We've Come For You All", you can tell that these guys have really come a long way. Their (to use a corny cliche) ten years older and ten years wiser. The lyrics are smart and the band has never sounded better. The only thing this album needs is a little airplay.
If you haven't heard this yet, then you're missing something. Put down that new Disturbed album, go over to the "A" section, and get this instead. Once you hear "Safe Home", there will be no looking back.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on January 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
In 2003, five years after their last studio album and eight years since their last good album, Anthrax mounted a comeback. "We've Come For You All" is a very strong and solid album (when not compared to anything else), and it's a great album, when you consider the band's last two discs ("Stomp 442" and "Volume 8: The Threat is Real") were both utter failures. "WCFYA," which is doubtlessly Anthrax's best record with singer John Bush, is also completely listenable and is brimming with potential, because there isn't one bad song on here and several of the tracks are even great. Like most prime `Thrax records, the vocals add a melodic edge to these songs, and guitarists Dan and Scott both sound top-notch. The album begins on a strong note: "What Doesn't Die" might be my personal favorite song on here. It's backed by surprisingly heavy, blowtorch guitars, which are complimented perfectly by Charlie`s pounding, rapid fire double bass drumming. But the rest of the album isn't without its charm, either. The famous, cleanly sung hit single "Safe Home," which has lurching guitars, is ultra-catchy; "Nobody Knows Anything" is a crunchy, churning song with great drum work; "Black Dahlia" features several speed changes and more pounding drums; and the door closing title track is seven minutes long, but it never drags. Also, "Strap It On" has a great, several parted guitar solo, and "Cadillac Rock Box" has a catchy, grooving rhythm which sounds like it could have come from a C.D. released in the 1970's. Both of these songs are made possible because of a cameo by Pantera guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell. The last highlight on here is "Taking The Music Back," which has vocals that come courtesy of The Who singer Roger Daltrey.Read more ›
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