This Day in Metal January 13th

This Day in Metal January 13th

Jan 13th 1991 Darkthrone released their debut album “Soulside Journey”

Did you know…
It is notable as the band’s only death metal album, before they became an integral part of the Norwegian black metal scene.

Jan 13th 2003 Sinner released the album “There Will Be Execution”

Did you know..
The band side a cover of the Metallica song “Wherever I May Roam” on this album.

Jan 13th 2003 Kamelot released the album “Epica”

Did you know…
The album inspired the naming of the band Epica after its release.

Jan 13th 2009 Kreator released the album “Hordes of Chaos”

Did you know…
This was the first Kreator album to chart in the United States, debuting at number 165 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Jan 13th 2014 Skull Fist released the album “Chasing The Dream”

Did you know…
The band is from Toronto, Canada and formed in 2006.

Jan 13th 2015 The Crown released the album “Death Is Not Dead”

Did you know…
It was their last album with drummer Janne Saarenpää.

Jan 13th 2017 Sepultura released the album “Machine Messiah”

Did you know….
The album cover art was created by Filipino artist Camille Dela Rosa.

Jan 13th 2017 Grave Digger released the album “Healed By Metal”

Did you know…
This was the first album to feature new keyboardist Marcus Kniep as The Reaper.

Jan 13th 1959 James LoMenzo bassist with Megadeth was born!!!

Did you know….
He was also a member of White Lion, performing with them from 1984 to 1991.


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