The least known of the "Big Four" thrash metal bands. Scott Ian is the most known out of this group. You may have heard of the songs Indians or Madhouse.
Dude Anthrax is awesome!
by anthraxfan101 July 24, 2010
Top Definition
Awesome metal band. Even if you don't know who they are you probably know of Scott Ian, the band's lead guitarist and backup vocalist -- he is usually a commentator on VH1 programs.

Synonyms: Metallica, Motorhead, Pantera

Antonyms: Linkin Park, Godsmack, Staind
Anthrax just finished up a tour back in February.
by wutufx July 27, 2004
A white powder, similar in appearance to cocaine, which kills by destroying the lungs of the victim when inhaled. The victim's health instantly deteriorates seconds after breathing it in.

A weapon once commonly used by arab and muslim terrorists, but now it is rare to hear of an anthrax attack.
"Hey that guy just dropped his <cough> bag, and there's white, <cough> stuff...coming <cough> out <cough> <cough> of..."
by Mr Munchkins July 17, 2005
Kick-ass 80's metal band, rhythm guitarist Scott Ian is probably the best known member.

One of the 'big four' of thrash metal: the others being Megadeth, Metallica and Slayer.

Contrary to 'ash's definition, the original vocalist for their 1st album (Fistful of Metal) was Neil Turbin, who left soon after to pursue a solo career.

The majority of people agree that Joey Belladonna was the best singer (Armed and Dangerous - Persistance of Time ERA) , and the rcent reunion is the best thing since... when he was in it before.
I went to see Anthrax play at Rock City the other week, they only played their old stuff, it was totally awesome.
by Damdam April 22, 2006
A castle outside Camelot inhabited by eight score young blondes and brunettes, all between sixteen and nineteen-and-a-half.
Zoot: Welcome, good Sir Knight, to the Castle Anthrax.
Galahad: The Castle Anthrax?
Zoot: Yes. Oh, it's not a very good name, is it? Oh, but we are nice and we will attend to your every, every need!
by WiteoutKing June 01, 2005
Often wrongly touted as a weapons of mass destruction, anthrax is in fact used as a 'weapon of mass death', as it causes very little destruction, and lots of death.
"Anthrax killed several thousand people today, but caused little destruction."
by testic November 11, 2003
the best heavy metal band to ever play
i went to an anthrax concert
by JOHNSON September 14, 2003
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