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Anthrax - Chile on Hell

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Anthrax has a history of drawing especially rabid crowds in Santiago so they decided that the Chilean city would be the perfect place to shoot this film as their tour to support their Worship Music and Anthems releases neared its end in 2013.

And certainly they knew what the crowd wanted, pounding through five songs from Among the Living to open the show, including "Caught in a Mosh," "I Am the Law" and "Efilnikufesin (NFL)," each of which had the crowd forming an ever-widening mosh circle and singing along.

With legendary vocalist Joey Belladonna back in the fold the playing of all the oldies was a real crowd pleaser, and while a few newer songs like "I'm Alive" from Worship Music and a cover of AC/DC's "T.N.T." came mid-set, the theme of playing older favorites continued with cuts like "Indians," "I'm the Man," "Madhouse" and show closer "Antisocial."

And the guys didn't waste time with excess either; Belladonna parades the stage with a Chilean flag and later tries to entice the crowd into raising a war whoop before "Indians;" Charlie Benante takes a drum solo. Otherwise the show is no-nonsense thrash-and-bash. Several offstage segments catch the band talking about various situations including the Anthrax 30th anniversary.

Get the Blu-ray version here and the DVD version here.

Anthrax - Chile on Hell
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