How important was Run DMC‘s collaboration with Aerosmith for “Walk This Way“? Just as important as the collaboration between Anthrax and Public Enemy. Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios in Norway has paid tribute to the Queen’s New York trio with a a cover of their 1986 single “It’s Tricky” in full Metal Jacket style.
Originally “Bring The Noise” saw Big Four Thrashers Anthrax take on a track by hip-hop act Public Enemy, the first song on the group’s 1988 album “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back“. Anthrax wanted to do a version of the track after doing similarly vocal styling on “I’m The Man” and
Arguably the most important hip hop group in Metal, Public Enemy not only brought politically charged critically acclaimed music to an unexpecting World from Long Island New York in the late 1980’s but also collaborated with fellow New Yorkers Anthrax. Their collaboration, a rework of the 1987 single “Bring The Noise” was released in 1991
Metal Injection released a their 10 most underrated Rap Metal songs over this past weekend and it got us thinking. While Rap Metal was something that was arguably started by Anthrax‘s collaboration with Public Enemy, it was generally considered part of the Nu-Metal era sound. So where does that leave it now? Nu-Metal elements have