Anthrax and Testament with Death Angel at Times Square
Type: Music & Concerts
Creation and destruction. They're fundamental building blocks of life, shaping all we have and determining all we know. You can sugarcoat it all you want, but the results are all the same. Life is created, life is destroyed, and the world goes on. In between? We live, we love, we laugh, we cry, we mourn. Life takes us on flights of uninhibited fancy, and life sends us down roads of unrelenting turmoil. Through the creation, through the destruction, and through the bittersweet ironies that consume us in the process In the midst of it all, there is heavy metal.
And in the midst of the metal, there is Anthrax.
Anthrax are pioneers of the American metal scene, and patriots in music's new world order. They fought for liberation before the music industry even knew it was shackled, breaking down barriers that, at the time, few of us even knew existed. In the 80s, Anthrax was amongst the leaders of the heavy metal insurgence. In the 90s, they were among the few survivors of heavy metals apocalypse. And with the dawning of a new millennium, they've remained as unabashedly potent as they'd ever been.