The "classic" lineup, from left: Frank Bello, Scott Ian, Joey Belladonna, Charlie Benante and Dan Spitz
From the 1984's Fistful of Metal to the yet-unreleased Worship Music, Anthrax has solidified their position as one of thrash metal's hardest hitters.
Spanning through decades of lineup changes, most notably the on-again, off-again presence of iconic vocalist Joey Belladonna, Anthrax's album art has been just as much a staple of thrash culture as their music.
From the cinephile-inspired Among the Living to the Salvador Dali-esque Persistence of Time and everything beyond and in-between, all these works of art can be viewed below.
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