This Day in Metal February 18th

This Day in Metal February 18th

‪Feb 18th 1974 KISS released their debut album “Kiss”

Did you know..‬
‪Much of the material on the album was written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as members of their pre-Kiss band Wicked Lester. ‬

Feb 18th 1985 Piledriver released their debut album “Metal Inquisition”

Did you know
This album was conceived as quick cash-grab studio project.
In 2004 the band changed their name to “The Exalted Piledriver”

Feb 18th 2003 Ministry released the album “Animositisomina”

Did you know….
Animositisomina is the last Ministry album with Paul Barker, thus ending the band’s “Hypo Luxa/Hermes Pan” production duo.

Feb 18th 2008 Hate Eternal released the album “Fury & Flames”

Did you know… Erik Rutan dedicated this album in Jared Anderson’s memory.

Feb 18th 2011 Gae Bolga released their debut album “Violent MetalStorm”

Did you know
The band is from Belgium and formed in 1999.

Feb 18th 2011 Destruction released the album “Day Of Reckoning”

Did you know
This is the first album to feature their new drummer Wawrzyniec “Vaaver” Dramowicz.

Feb 18th 2014 Trenchrot released their debut album “Necronomic Warfare”

Did you know….
The band is from Philadelphia and formed in 2012.

Feb 18th 2022 Immolation release NEW album “Acts of God”

Did you know
They are considered one of the leaders of the New York death metal scene along with Incantation, Mortician and Suffocation.


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