This Day in Metal July 16th

This Day in Metal July 16th

July 16th 1984 Fastway released the album “All Fired Up”

Did you know
To support the album, Fastway opened for Rush on their Grace Under Pressure tour.
It is the last album recorded with Jerry Shirley on drums and also with Eddie Kramer as producer.

July 16th 1987 Overdose released their debut album “…Conscience…”

Did you know
Their song “Children of War” was on Metal Massacre IX (Metal Blade Records, 1988).

July 16th 1990 Wolf Spider released the album “Kingdom of Paranoia”

Did you know
Throughout the years their breathtaking releases became legendary, and their status as Polish thrash metal heroes still remains unbroken.

July 16th 2001 Judas Priest released the album “Demolition”

Did you know… It is the second and final studio album to feature Tim “Ripper” Owens on vocals.

July 16th 2005 Rising Moon released the album “They Are as Us”

Did you know
The band is from Italy and formed in 1996 under the name “Body Grinder”.

July 16th 2013 Trouble released the album “The Distortion Field”

Did you know
It was the band’s first ever release without vocalist Eric Wagner.

July 16th 2021 Powerwolf released the album “Call of the Wild”

Did you know….
A bonus album “Missa Cantorem“ was also released.
The song “Demons Are A Girl‘s Best Friend” features Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy)


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