Label: Elektra - 7559-61430-2 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Speed Metal
It is the band's first album to feature vocalist John Bushwho replaced longtime Anthrax vocalist Joey Belladonna in It is also Anthrax's last studio album with longtime lead guitarist Dan Spitz.
This was also the second album Bush worked with producer Dave Jerdenas he also produced Symbol of Salvation for Bush's previous band, Armored Saint. This album marked a significant revision in the band's Room For One More - Anthrax - Sound Of White Noisewith the departure of lead vocalist Joey Belladonna and the introduction of grunge influences.
Jerden was known for producing the likes of Alice in Chains and Jane's Addiction. With Sound of Некрофилия - Леона - Набор Для Подражания, Часть 1 NoiseAnthrax moved away from the rapid-fire thrash metal that had defined their earlier output.
Their new sound drew on the more straightforward style of Armored Saint Bush co-wrote all the songs and often emphasized more melodic songwriting. White Noise continued the trend started on 's Persistence of Time of abandoning the humor and wit of Anthrax's s albums.
Songs like the walloping "Only" and stuttering, stop-start dynamics of "Hy Pro Glo" maintained a level of aggression on par with anything else the band recorded, but in a different alternative metal style. Bush's lower-pitched, darker vocal style also was a drastic change from Belladona's tendency towards operatic falsetto. During the recording of the album, the band also produced the song "Poison My Eyes" that would feature on Last Action Hero ' s soundtrack.
The album debuted at No. Dave Connolly reviewed the album on behalf of AllMusic and called it "surprisingly melodic" but "predictably pummeling" and the music "relentless. Among the album's songs, "Only" has received particular attention; Metallica frontman James Hetfield is said to have referred to "Only" as a "perfect song. Album personnel adapted from album credits. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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