This Day in Metal July 14th

This Day in Metal July 14th

July 14th 1974 Mountain released the album “Avalanche”

Did you know
Mountain is one of many bands to be commonly credited as having influenced the development of heavy metal music in the 1970s.

July 14th 1985 Stranger released their debut album “The Bell”

July 14th 1986 TT Quick released their debut album “Metal Of Honor”

Did you know
Mark Tornillo (Accept) was the vocalist on this album.
In 1983 Jon Zazula began the iconic Megaforce Records label, signing T.T. Quick, along with Metallica, Anthrax and several others

July 14th 1992 Danzig released the album “Danzig III: How the Gods Kill”

Did you know
The album peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Charts.

July 14th 1992 Paradise Lost released the album “Shades of God”

Did you know
The band did a cover of the Atomic Rooster song “Death Walks Behind You” for the Japanese edition.

July 14th 1992 Ministry released the album “Psalm 69: The Way To Succeed And The Way To Suck Eggs”

Did you know..
“N.W.O.” was nominated for the Best Metal Performance at the 35th Annual Grammy Awards.

July 14th 1998 Angra released the album “Fireworks”

Did you know
It was their last album to feature Andre Matos on vocals and Luís Mariutti on bass.

July 14th 1998 Warrior released the album “Ancient Future”

Did you know
Guitarist Joe Floyd is also a notable engineer and producer and has worked with Bruce Dickinson, Halford and Ratt among others.

July 14th 2003 Jaguar released the album “Run Ragged”

Did you know… The entire album features classic style choruses and riff driven songs similar to vintage Saxon and Judas Priest.

July 14th 2005 The Accüsed released the album “Oh, Martha!”

Did you know
The band was a progenitor of the crossover style that bridged the gap between thrashcore and thrash metal.

July 14th 1999 Gary “Gar” Samuelson former drummer with Megadeth passed away.

Did you know
He is considered one of the most influential drummers of thrash metal, having pioneered the incorporation of jazz fusion into the subgenre.


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