This Day in Metal June 25th

This Day in Metal June 25th

June 25th 1969 Alice Cooper released debut album “Pretties for You”

Did you know… The song “Reflected”, Alice Cooper’s first single, was later rewritten as “Elected”, which features on their 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies.

June 25th 1976 Alice Cooper released the album “Alice Cooper Goes To Hell”

Did you know
“Go to Hell” was covered by Dee Snider, Zakk Wylde and Rudy Sarzo on the 1999 tribute album Humanary Stew: A Tribute to Alice Cooper.

June 25th 1990 Deicide released their debut album “Deicide”

Did you know..
The album contains all of their demo tracks, plus the songs “Deicide” and “Mephistopheles”.

June 25th 2002 Halford released the album “Crucible”

Did you know
The Japanese bonus tracks included the songs “Rock the World Forever” and “In The Morning”.

June 25th 2002 Soulfly released the album “ॐ”

Did you know
The band did a cover of the Sacred Reich song “One Nation” on this album.

June 25th 2003 Tarot released the album “Suffer Our Pleasures”

Did you know
Marco Hietala also sings for Sapattivuosi, a band that performs Black Sabbath covers in Finnish.

June 25th 2013 Havok released the album “Unnatural Selection”

Did you know
The band did a cover of the Black Sabbath song “Children of the Grave” on this album.

June 25th 2013 Amon Amarth released the album “Deceiver Of The Gods”

Did you know
This would be the band’s last album with drummer Fredrik Andersson.
The album reached number 19 on the Billboard Charts.

June 25th 2021 Pestilence released the album “Exitivm”

Did you know
They are often known as part of “progressive death metal’s Big Four”, along with Death, Atheist, and Cynic.


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