Madhouse - Anthrax - Spreading The Disease

8 thoughts on “ Madhouse - Anthrax - Spreading The Disease

  1. Vokus
    Nov 20,  · On Spreading the Disease, however, they are almost completely non-substantial or light hearted. This wouldn't work for every thrash band, or album, but it works here, and makes for an album which is more genuinely fun to listen to then lots of other high quality thrash albums/5().
  2. Malrajas
    Oct 28,  · referencing Spreading The Disease, LP, Album, The drawing inside in the inner sleeve of the LP version was made by drummer Charlie Benante himself and shows Scott Ian with a SOD T-Shirt (which was their other side project at the time) among the rest of /5(K).
  3. Faegrel
    About “Madhouse”. Easily one of Anthrax' most famous songs, Madhouse is about being in an asylum for insane patients and wanting to break out. It was also the first single from Spreading the Disease and is played at live shows very often. Anthrax shot the music video below for the song, but MTV, which was still a music channel at that time.
  4. Malkree
    Jun 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Anthrax -Spreading The Disease - Madhouse YouTube THE SATANIST OF WARSAW: Blasphemy, Cancer & Behemoth | Metal Album of the Decade - Duration: Loudwire ,
  5. Megal
    Anthrax's first album with vocalist Joey Belladonna is a huge leap forward, featuring strongly rhythmic, pounding riffs and vocals that alternate between hardcore-type shouting 8/
  6. Mit
    Background. Madhouse was released as the only single and third track from the group's second album, Spreading the Disease. The song is written in an up-tempo time signature, with heavy distorted guitar riffs. It has become a staple of live concerts, and has also appeared on Anthrax's "best of" album, Anthrology: No Hit Wonders ().Genre: Thrash metal.
  7. Akinok
    Spreading the Disease is home to some of the very best Anthrax numbers, "Madhouse" is both catchy and heavy, a live favorite that never fails to get the blood pumping. "A.I.R." is the glorious album opener, reeking of , an excellent exercise in thrashing brilliance.

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