This Day in Metal June 13th

This Day in Metal June 13th

June 13th 1984 Gravestone released the album “Victim of Chains”

June 13th 1985 RATT released the GREAT album “Invasion Of Your Privacy”

Did you know
The album reached number 7 on the Billboard Charts.
The album was produced by Beau Hill.

June 13th 1988 Nuclear Assault released the album “Survive”

Did you know
It was their first album to enter the Billboard 200, reaching number 145 on the chart.

June 13th 1991 Intruder released the album “Psycho Savant”

Did you know… The band was originally formed in 1984 under the name “Transgresser”.

June 13th 1986 Messiah Prophet released the album “Master of the Metal”

Did you know
The band became the first artist signed to new label Pure Metal Records, a subsidiary of the Refuge Music Group.

June 13th 1995 Fear Factory released the album “Demanufacture”

Did you know
The band stated the album took its inspiration from the movie The Terminator.
Many regard it as the band’s best album and a heavy metal classic.

June 13th 1997 Last Chapter released their debut album “The Living Waters.

Did you know… The band did a cover of the Metallica song “Escape” on the tribute album Overload 2, with Robert Lowe on vocals.

June 13th 1997 Lament released their debut album “Tears of a Leper”

Did you know… The band runs the record label Lament Records.

June 13th 1999 Six Feet Under released the album “Maximum Violence”

Did you know
It’s their first album to feature Steve Swanson on guitars.
The reissue bonus track included a cover of the Iron Maiden song “Wrathchild”


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