Interview- Joey Belladonna talks “For All Kings” and KillThrax Tour.

Anthrax is out on the KillThrax Tour now with Killswitch Engage and The Devil Wear Prada, Review below!

Anthrax have been around to since the time of thrash music and they are still going strong after all this time, and making music better than ever. They are out on a co-headlining tour with Killswitch Engage called Killthrax Tour NOW. They are also bringing along a few other young guns in The Devil Wears Prada and Code Orange on this stop in Orlando at the House of Blues.



Anthrax has been the “epitome” of thrash since the time of thrash metal music. It goes back to the early 80’s. for them, with the birth of the ” The Big Four”, which include Anthrax, Metallica, Slayer, and Megadeth. And they show the massive moshing crowd they are at the top of TBF when it comes thrash metal music shows.


Anthrax showed us all at the House of Blues that they are still at the height of their music making and can still thrash with the best of them. They came out blazing new and old song with the energy of the “Young Guns”. Joey still has the voice of yesteryears, which make the show ever better than ever. Crowd favorites are alway the old songs ever with the young new fans, like ” Amoung The Living” that started off the madness and the moshing to the packed house all the way to the closing song of “Indian”, which really get the blood pumping and crowd singing out loud. The band themselves sounded the best they ever have, and I have seen them 3 times in the last year. Scott Ian and the guys play like it is their last, you can see they are still enjoying see the crowd go wild and the feed of that energy.

You just have to go to see the Killthrax show to experience on of the best thrash tours out now. It is a tour made in heaven for thrash metal music. You will leave this show with your jaw on the ground and your ears ringing for days.



About Bryan Joe Corder (4248 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.
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