Metal is brave, funny, and honest. Some say it's the best music there is. So why do heavy metal bands inspire such devotion among their fans?
Anthrax and Killswitch Engage have announced their second North American co-headlining tour for 2018, known as the KillThrax II tour
Anthrax vocalist Joey Belladonna delighted fans by singing the US National Anthem at an NFL pre-season game in Buffalo, New York
Anthrax singer Joey Belladonna has said in a recent interview that is is in favour of more shows with Megadeth, Metallica and Slayer
From the Big 4 of thrash to legacy acts like Iron Maiden, Thin Lizzy and Judas Priest, which heavy metal bands belong in the Rock and Rock Hall of Fame?
Thrash metal established itself throughout underground clubs and tape-trading communities across the globe, thanks to the success of Anthrax, Slayer, Megadeth and Metallica.
Ramblin’ Man Fair’s brand new bespoke pub sign is a crowning addition to rock music’s long relationship with booze.
Due to the success of Judas Priest & Iron Maiden, The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal wedged the door open in the US, led by denim-clad misfits who struck fear into...
Anthrax, Lemmy, Iron Maiden and Ghost were among the legends honoured at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards on 13 June 2016.
As the band gear up for tour, uDiscover sat down with vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza to discuss all things thrash and the future of Exodus.
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian looks back on the early years of the thrash legends’ legacy, and the albums that broke them to an international market.
Released in 1987, Anthrax’s ‘Among The Living’ is a classic thrash metal album that firmly occupies the front-line of heavy music.
As one of the Big Four of thrash, Anthrax helped usher in a style of metal that not only dominated throughout the 80s, but lay the template for metal to come.
uDiscover have an exclusive stream of Anthrax's ‘Metal Thrashing Mad', which was recorded at Tokyo’s Sun Plaza in 1987...
A playlist of the greatest Top 40 metal tracks released by The Big Four: thrash metal legends Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax.
Anthrax’s second album, Spreading The Disease, remains one of the cornerstones in not only the band’s history, but the birth of thrash metal in the 80s.