This Day in Metal January 15th

This Day in Metal January 15th

Jan 15th 1988 Sabbat released their debut album “History of a Time to Come”

Did you know…
In 2007 the album was re-released with five bonus live tracks, recorded in East Berlin in 1990.

Jan 15th 1996 Accept released the album “Predator”

Did you know…
It was their last album with singer Udo Dirkschneider.

Jan 15th 1996 Darkthrone released the album “Total Death”

Did you know…
In 2011, the album was reissued by Peaceville Records with an extra track.

Jan 15th 1998 Edguy released the album “Vain Glory Opera”

Did you know… “Hymn” is a cover version of the song from the album Quartet by the British new wave band Ultravox.

Jan 15th 2002 Bolt Thrower released the album “Honour – Valour – Pride”

Did you know….
It’s the only full length Bolt Thrower album not featuring Karl Willetts.

Jan 15th 2014 Narcotic Wasteland released their debut album “Narcotic Wasteland”

Did you know…
The band is fronted by former Nile member Dallas Toler-Wade.

Jan 15th 2016 Witchcraft released the album “Nucleus”

Did you know…
Witchcraft are from Örebro, Sweden and formed in 2000.

Jan 15th 2016 Rhapsody of Fire released the album “Into the Legend”

Did you know…
It’s their final album with longtime members Fabio Lione on vocals and Alex Holzwarth on drums.

Jan 15th 1951 Biff Byford singer with Saxon was born!!

Did you know….
In 2007, Byford released his autobiography, entitled Never Surrender after the Saxon song of the same name.
Jan 15th 1991 SLAYER and TESTAMENT performed at the Los Angeles Sports Arena!!


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