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Anthrax Reunites With Joey Belladonna For Hard-Hitting New Track

Stream 'Fight'em 'Til You Can't' from the metal icons' forthcoming album 'Worship Music'

June 27, 2011 5:00 PM ET
Anthrax Reunites With Joey Belladonna For Hard-Hitting New Track

Click here to listen to Anthrax's "Fight'em 'Till You Can't"

After two decades apart, singer Joey Belladonna has returned to Anthrax for their tenth studio album Worship Music. From the sound of "Fight'em 'Til You Can't," the first track to be released from the new disc, the band fell back into their classic style with great ease, resulting in a punishing metal track that stands up to the best material of their Eighties heyday. Worship Music won't be in stores until September 13th, the day before the band plays The Big 4 festival with Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth at New York's Yankee Stadium, but you can stream "Fight'em 'Til You Can't" right now.

Related: The Big 4 Put Aside Their Differences for Spectacular Metal Show

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