This Day in Metal December 6th

This Day in Metal December 6th

Dec 6th 1974 Deep Purple released the album “Stormbringer”

Did you know…
It’s the second studio album to feature the Mk III lineup including vocalist David Coverdale and bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes.

Dec 6th 1988 D C Lacroix released the album “Livin’ by the Sword”

Did you know…
The band did a cover of the AC/DC song “Get It Hot” on this album.

Dec 6th 1991 Cathedral released their debut album “Forest Of Equilibrium”

Did you know….
The album is considered a classic of its genre, Doom Metal.

Dec 6th 1994 Symphony X released their debut album “Symphony X”

Did you know….
The album was originally only released in Japan.
It is the only Symphony X album to feature singer Rod Tyler.

Dec 6th 1998 Cathedral released the album “Caravan Beyond Redemption”

Did you know…
The album was produced by Andy Sneap.

Dec 6th 2005 Korn released the album “See You On The Other Side”

Did you know…
It is their first album without long-time guitarist Brian “Head” Welch and the last album with original drummer David Silveria.

Dec 6th 1956 Legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads who played with Ozzy Osbourne and Quiet Riot was born.

Did you know….
He placed 4th on GuitarWorld Magazine’s 100 Greatest Heavy Metal Guitarists.
Dec 6th 1964 Uwe Lulis guitarist with Accept and former with Grave Digger was born!!

Did you know….
His also formed the band Rebellion in 2001 but left in 2010 to join Accept.


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