8 thoughts on “ On The Way To Hell - Anvil - Worth The Weight (CD, Album) ”

  1. Worth the Weight, an Album by Anvil. Released 25 November on Steamhammer (catalog no. SPV CD; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal.
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  3. Anvil – Worth The Weight. Album Review by Adam McCann. Label: SPV/Steamhammer. Year: An overlooked gem in the Anvil catalogue. After a steady stream of albums and back to back releases of ‘Strength of Steel’ and ‘Pound for Pound’, Anvil took some time to release their next album and as always with Anvil, the puns flow like a steady stream of molten metal; the band alluding.
  4. Producer Bob Marlette (Ozzy Osbourne, Marilyn Manson) manned the boards for an album that sounds like classic Anvil and is true-to-form. Reiner even went as far as to call it the best in the band's year history, declaring that "Lips sounds 20 years younger and it's fresh, clean, beautiful songs and playing that has the energy of year-old.
  5. Find Anvil discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Canadian group that laid the foundation for North American speed metal, influencing bands like Metallica, Pantera, and Slayer.
  6. five CD box set containing a quintet of albums from the Canadian heavy metal band. Features the albums Strength Of Steel, Pound For Pound, Worth The Weight, Plugged In /5(22).
  7. “Worth the Weight”, Anvil’s album, finds the band firing on all cylinders in a massive display of metal musicianship. Frantic, dueling guitars courtesy of mainman Lips and co-guitarist Sebastian Marino (later of Overkill), the unrelenting sonic assault of drum god Robb Reiner and original bassist Ian Dickson and some of Lips best vocal performances are all hallmarks of this.

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