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Led by the devilishly goateed Scott Ian, Anthrax thrashed its way into the New York City metal scene in the early 1980s. Ten studio albums and 20 singles later, Anthrax still know how to work the mosh pit into a maniacal frenzy. What do you expect from a band that takes its name from a biological disease? If you want to be a part of that maniacal frenzy, you need to get your tickets to Anthrax concert today.
Alongside metal monsters Slayer, Metallica and Megadeath, Anthrax is considered to be the fourth titan of thrash metal. If you had a chance to buy Anthrax concert tickets back when these heavy metal pioneers were in their glory days of Fistful of Metal and Spreading the Disease, you know their blistering guitars and double-pedal drum kicks can bring the house down. These metal mavens have aged well, so don't miss the chance to pick up your Anthrax tickets today. Thirty years into their stellar career, Anthrax can still bring the noise. They can bring the funk, too. If you want to see these metal gods tear through a set of Reagan-era classics and modern thrash/funk masterpieces, then you can purchase your Anthrax concert tickets here. Just like a mosh pit, metalheads across the country will be elbowing their way through the ticket line, so if you want a killer seat, you need to get those Anthrax concert tickets now.
Anthrax went from cult sensation to heavy metal headliner when they collaborated with Public Enemy in 1988. Bring the Noise, a track on Pubic Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, is considered to be the first rap and metal hybrid. It hit the MTV airwaves like a thunderbolt. It was a genre defining, cross-over moment in music, and the song went on to inspire a host of rap/metal acts in the early 1990s. When you purchase those Anthrax tickets, you know the band is going to encore with that historic rap and metal mash-up. Who Knows: Maybe even Public Enemy will make a cameo. That would seriously Bring the Noise. However, you'll never know if Chick D shows up unless you pick up some tickets to Anthrax concert.
As a band, Anthrax is part metal warlord, part frat boy party, so when you buy those tickets for Anthrax concert, you never know which side of the band is going to show up. However, that is the beauty of Anthrax. They play populist metal. Forget the self-seriousness of Metallica or the Lords of Darkness vibe of Slayer, Anthrax just want to stomp around the stage and thrash out some adrenaline fueled power chords. Tickets to Anthrax concert go as fast as Scott Ian's solos, so if you want to get a good seat, then you need to purchase those tickets today. You can find all your cheap Anthrax tickets here.