Stomp 442 is the seventh studio album by American thrash metal band Anthrax. It was released in 1995, by Elektra Records. The band and the Philadelphia-based producers Butcher Brothers produced the album, which includes the singles, "Fueled" and "Nothing". The album debuted at No. 47 on the Billboard 200 charts. Anthrax claimed that their label, Elektra Records, didn't do enough to promote the album, and they left soon after.
코드판과 CD 쇼핑을 즐기고 Anthrax 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Stomp 442 carries on the same tradition of Sound of White Noise. This was not some weak attempt at grunge. Despite the absence of founding guitarist Dan Spitz, Stomp 442 had all of Anthrax's signature thrash style, but with an intensity that would have been right at home on a hardcore punk album. Songs like "Riding Shotgun" and "Drop the Ball" are just punishing
Thrash Metal Anthrax. Album Name Stomp 442. Type Album. Released date 24 October 1995. Labels Nuclear Blast Elektra Records.
Anthrax continued their downward spiral with Stomp 442, a generic collection of speed metal bombast. Previously, the band had been able to save their weakest material by the sheer force of their personality, but by the time they recorded Stomp 442, they had lost a number of their key members. Instead of recharging the band, the new members make Anthrax seem somewhat unsure of where to go next - they pull out their old bag of tricks, but none of their blistering riffs, thundering drums, or hip-hop experiments carry any excitement any more
Of the big four thrash metal bands, Anthrax is the one that gets the least amount of attention. Still being part of the big four warrants enough notoriety, with Anthrax being the most unique of them all specifically in the vocal department. Joey Belladonna was an excellent singer and his eccentric performances on their first albums are what gave Anthrax their charm, along with their relentless thrash metal riffs and intense double bass heavy drumming backing him up. Unfortunately after Persistence of Time, Joey left the band and was replaced by ex-Armored Saint vocalist John Bush
Stomp 442 is an album by Anthrax. Random Acts of Senseless Violence. John Bush: lead vocals. Paul Crook: lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals. Charlie Benante: lead guitar, drums. Scott Ian: rhythm guitar, backing vocals. Frank Bello: bass, backing vocals
Released October 24, 1995. Mitski Breaks Down "Nobody". Zane Lowe Takes The Beastie Boys Quiz. Fall Out Boy Breaks Down "Thnks fr the Mmrs". Dennis Rodman Takes The Pearl Jam Quiz. ILoveMakonnen, Lil Peep & Fall Out Boy’s I’ve Been Waiting Explained. 1. Random Acts of Senseless Violence Lyrics. Produced by Anthrax & Butcher Bros. Written by Charlie Benante.