We've Come For You All is the ninth studio album from thrash metal icons, Anthrax! The album was released on May 6, 2003 and it didn't actually do that great as far as chart ratings go. It only reached 122 of the Billboard 200, and only sold 10,000 copies in the first week alone. If the information we found is correct, it still has only sold 62,000 copies here in the US to date. So by far not their most successful album, but still important no less.
The first single, "Safe Home" was released on January 27, 2003, and is actually rather positive. It points out that things really do get better, and that someone else can make you feel safe. "I've been places in my head behind me worse than what's ahead." And then later goes on to say "You have always been my safe home." That's incredibly beautiful, and sweet, so there for it had to get an honorable mention aside from it being the lead single.
Another track I really wanted to mention was "Superhero", which actually is about counting on yourself. It sucks having people let you down, but sometimes you can't put all your faith in them. They can't always be your superhero, but you can be. This song expresses that perfectly and it also expresses that you cannot be there for someone who isn't there for you. As someone who has always given people far too many chances, I appreciate songs like this.
Kudos to Anthrax, I'm impressed with this album. Its clearly very underrated, and more people should check it out. While you're at it, be sure to check out the rest of their discography.
They've done much, much more since the release of this album, and are still very active today. Head on over to their official website to take a look at all the tour dates they've got going on. They are currently on tour in Brazil, but that ends in just a few more days. After that, they will be performing at several big festivals here in the US such as Fort Rock, Welcome To Rockville, Carolina Rebellion, and Rock N' Derby! They also are going to be making appearances at several festivals all around Europe in the summer!
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