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Indians (song)

Among the Living
Released 1987
Recorded 1986
Genre Thrash metal
Length 5:40
Label Island
Writer(s) Joey Belladonna
Dan Spitz
Scott Ian
Frank Bello
Charlie Benante
Producer Anthrax
Eddie Kramer
Anthrax singles chronology

"I Am the Law"
"Make me Laugh"

Among the Living track listing
"A Skeleton in the Closet"
"One World"

"Indians" is a single by thrash metal band Anthrax, from the album, Among the Living. It is one of Anthrax's most famous songs, appearing on their best-of albums: Return of the Killer A's, Madhouse: The Very Best of Anthrax and Anthrology: No Hit Wonders (1985–1991).

It appears in Guitar Hero game Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock and as downloadable content for the Rock Band series.

Music video

The music video features Anthrax playing the song live. It was directed by Jean Pellerin.[1]


A single was released, it was also the first single for the album, displaying a Native American on a coin with a purple background.

Track Listing

  • 1. "Indians"
  • 2. "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" (Black Sabbath cover)
  • A song by S.O.D. (Stormtroopers of Death), "Taint" off of the Crab Society North demo, was also covered here, shortly after "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" fades.



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