This Day in Metal March 18th

This Day in Metal March 18th

Mar 18th 1992 Demolition Hammer released the album “Epidemic of Violence”

Did you know….
Loudwire named Epidemic of Violence the best thrash metal album of 1992 and called it a cult classic.

Mar 25th 1997 Machine Head released the album “The More Things Change…”

Did you know..
It is the band’s last release to feature original guitarist Logan Mader, and the first to feature drummer Dave McClain

Mar 18th 1997 Aerosmith released the album “Nine Lives”

Did you know
The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Top 200 charts.

Mar 18th 2002 Annihilator released the album “Waking the Fury”

Did you know
It was the last album to feature Joe Comeau on vocals and Russ Bergquist as the touring bassist.

Mar 18th 2008 Black Tide released their debut album “Light from Above”

Did you know
The album features a Metallica cover of the song “Hit the Lights” from their debut album Kill ‘Em All.

Mar 18th 2011 Tokyo Blade released the album “Thousand Men Strong”

Did you know
Tokyo Blade is one of the many acts considered part of the new wave of British heavy metal (NWOBHM) movement from the late 1970s.

Mar 18th 2011 Bloodbound released the album “Unholy Cross”

Did you know
Despite the band’s apparent black metal image, they don’t fit into that category.

Mar 18th 2016 Blaze Bayley released the album “Infinite Entanglement”

Did you know
Bayley was the lead singer for Iron Maiden from 1994 to 1999.

‪Mar 18th 1966 Jerry Cantrell guitarist with Alice in Chains was born!!!

Did you know
Cantrell was the lead guitarist in all of the tracks from Ozzy Osbourne’s 2005 album of cover songs, Under Cover.


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