Anthrax are hopping on board Google Play's latest series, 'Audiobiography,' helping to share the story behind their classic album 'Among the Living.' Guitarist Scott Ian and singer Joey Belladonna spoke in depth about the 1987 release, which features such standout cuts as 'I Am the Law,' 'Indians,' and 'Caught in a Mosh.'

Google Play's 'Audiobiography' feature launches in tandem with a special catalog sale of 'Spreading the Disease,' 'Among the Living,' 'I'm the Man' EP, 'State of Euphoria,' 'Persistence of Time,' 'Attack of the Killer Bs,' 'We've Come for You All,' 'Caught in a Mosh: BBC Live in Concert,' and their most recent effort, 'Worship Music.' All of the discs are priced at $6.99, while two tracks - 'Indians' and 'Madhouse' - are going for 49 cents, and 'Caught in a Mosh' is offered as a free download. Check out Anthrax's 'Audiobiography' here.

Anthrax are having quite a successful year, with 'Worship Music' still going strong, the completion of the Mayhem Festival summer run, and now a third leg of dates featuring Testament and Death Angel that will keep them busy through the fall. Check out the schedule here.