Song Info
Released September 28, 2010 for Rock Band
Anthrax 01
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Genre: Metal
Album: Among the Living (1987)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Indians (Guitar Hero)
Indians (Rocksmith)
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Fast Paced, Furious and Challenging Gigakoops
The thing with these Anthrax tracks is, they're obviously not meant for novice guitarists, and this song proves why, being the third easiest song and still being relatively difficult.

The song opens with a sustain riff, then a chorded version of the same riff. Then we move to the main riff, which has you furiously strumming between different chords.

The chorus riff is a bit easier, if only because less strumming and more sustains are involved.

The solo seems to be the second easiest in the back, second to Among the Living, but it's still fun to me.

Overall, if you like furious, fast-strumming guitar charts (like me) then you'll enjoy this and most of the other Anthrax tracks available.
06.12.13 7:19am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
A refined Caught in A Mosh drum chart zyyzyyzyy
It's very similar to Caught in a Mosh, except that it's slightly slower. This is actually huge, because it's easier to keep up with everything and not get as tired. But the drum beats are mostly the same. The only differences in the beats is that the drum beat in the second half of the Caught in the Mosh drum solo with triple kicks is all over Indians, the guitar solo is unique in drums, and there is no drum solo in Indians. This song is more fun than Caught in a Mosh since it's more doable and gets more creative in the guitar solo.

Also, this is probably the easiest Anthrax drum song (save for I'm The Man). I don't exactly recommend this to a new expert drummer, but a decent drummer should be able to pass this without much trouble. It's tricky though.

Grade: A-
Rate: 5/5
Difficulty: ⚪⚪⚪⚪⚪
12.28.16 5:49pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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