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Anthrax, Testament, Death Angel 

When: Sat., Sept. 15, 7:30 p.m. 2012
Price: $25-40
Anthrax may always be considered the bottom rung of thrash metal's Big Four, which includes Slayer, Megadeth, and Metallica. A lot of that is of course based on record sales, rather than actual recorded output. Since their formation nearly three decades ago, Anthrax has—for better or worse—fused metal and hiphop with Public Enemy (one of the first metal bands to do so), and have taken themselves far less seriously than their brow-furrowed brothers in metal. After years of floundering in the proverbial mosh pit of life, Anthrax are again firing on all cylinders. OG vocalist Joey Belladonna has returned to the fold, and the band's 2011 album Worship Music might be their crowning achievement. It surely slays anything Metallica or Megadeth have done over the past two decades. MARK LORE

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