This Day in Metal June 12th

This Day in Metal June 12th

June 12th 1984 Steelover released their debut album “Glove Me”

Did you know
The band did a cover of the Creedence Clearwater Revival song “Hey Tonight” on this album.

June 12th 1985 Tröjan released their debut album “Chasing the Storm”

Did you know
At some point around 1987 they changed their name to Lethal, and reportedly recorded an album or demo titled “Twilight Sound” in 1988.

June 12th 1985 Karrier released their debut album “Way Beyond the Night”

Did you know
The band was from Birmingham, England and formed in 1983.

June 12th 1985 Megadeth released their debut album “Killing Is My Business.. And Business Is Good”

Did you know
It has a version of Nancy Sinatra’s classic “These Boots Are Made for Walkin'”, with lyrics altered by Mustaine.

June 12th 1988 Bolt Thrower released their debut album “In Battle There Is No Law!”

Did you know
German melodic death metal act Heaven Shall Burn used the same album title for their debut EP as a homage to Bolt Thrower.

June 12th 1990 The Adventures of Ford Fairlane album was released.

Did you know
A number of the musicians featured on the soundtrack also appeared in the film itself, including bassist Phil Soussan, drummer Randy Castillo and singer Vince Neil

June 12th 1995 Paradise Lost released the album “Draconian Times”

Did you know
The album reached number 16 on the Official Charts.

June 12th 1988 David Sanchez singer with Havok was born!!


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