This Day in Metal April 7th

This Day in Metal April 7th

Apr 7th 1985 Demon released the album “British Standard Approved”

Did you know
Dedicated to Malcolm Spooner (1945-1984), who died seven days after it was completed.

Apr 7th 1985 Blessed Death released their debut album “Kill or be Killed”

Did you know
The band was from Old Bridge, New Jersey and formed in 1985.

Apr 7th 1986 Vengeance released the album “We Have Ways to Make You Rock”

Did you know
Arjen Anthony Lucassen, the head of Ayreon and other progressive metal projects, played in the band from its formation until 1992.

Apr 7th 1987 Whitesnake released self-titled album “Whitesnake”

Did you know
The album was a major hit eventually selling over eight million copies in the US.
It peaked at number 2 on the #Billboard 200.

Apr 7th 1989 Sepultura released the album “Beneath The Remains”

Did you know
Kelly Shaefer (Atheist) and John Tardy (Obituary) did background vocals on the song “Stronger Than Hate”

Apr 7th 1998 Master released the album “Faith Is In Season”

Did you know
The band was originally formed in Chicago, United States, but later relocated to the Czech Republic.

Apr 7th 2008 Children of Bodom released the album “Blooddrunk”

Did you know….
They recorded a cover of the Suicidal Tendencies song “War Inside My Head” during the recording sessions, but the song was not released

Apr 7th 2017 Deep Purple released the album “Infinite”

Did you know
The album peaked at number 105 on the Billboard Charts.

‪Apr 7th 2017 Harlott released the album “Extinction”

Did you know…‬
‪The band is from Melbourne, Australia and formed in 2006.‬
‪The band is considered Australia’s best thrash metal band.‬


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