British heavy-metal legends behind “Ace of Spades” and “Snaggletooth” headline an evening of riff-heavy (and just plain heavy) rock
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Motörhead’s brand of rock: According to Allmusic.com’s Stephen Thomas Erlewine, “Motörhead’s overwhelmingly loud and fast style of heavy metal was one of the most groundbreaking styles the genre had to offer in the late ’70s.”
Hits that kept them on the charts: “Bomber,” “Iron Fist,” “Snaggletooth,” and the ubiquitous “Ace of Spades,” which has popped up in video games (Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3), TV shows (House), and films (Grosse Pointe Blank)
The band’s fearless leader: bassist and vocalist Lemmy, AKA Ian Fraser Kilmister, recognizable for his formidable mutton chops, bushy mustache, and gravel-chugging voice
Motörhead’s latest: 2015’s Bad Magic, which just so happens to coincide with the band’s 40th anniversary
Anthrax’s claim to fame: apart from being multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated metal icons, these rockers are lifetime members of The Big Four, alongside Metallica, Megadeth, and Slayer
Breakneck classics: “Caught in a Mosh” and “Antisocial”
Their latest LP: 2011’s six-time Grammy-nominated Worship Music, which contains odes to metal heroes such as Dio and Judas Priest and the zombie-killing anthem “Fight ‘Em Til You Can’t”
Interplanetary distinction: NASA chose Anthrax’s “Got the Time” as the song to wake up the Mars Rover, making them the first band to have their music played on another planet.
How music-lovers know them: for blending blues, metal, and rock into a riff-heavy sound soup
How spice-aficionados know them: for their brand of hot sauce
How concert-lovers know them: for their wild live shows, where they add a razor edge to hits such as “Nowhere to Hide”
How quote-lovers know their sound: in Crobot’s own words, “Dirty. Groove. Rock.”