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Anthrax: Persistence Of Time

Edwin Pouncey, Vox, October 1990

THIS TIME NEW YORK moshers Anthrax sound like they're really pissed off….at least, that's what they'd like you to believe as they hurl their third LP your way. Rather than dabble with designer devil worship, a ploy that too many of their contemporaries have signed away their creative souls to, Anthrax prefer to roam the city streets, thrashing it out in urban squalor to drive their message home far deeper than the rest.

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