This Day in Metal March 28th

This Day in Metal March 28th

Mar 28th 1973 Led Zeppelin released the MASTERPIECE album “Houses Of The Holy”

Did you know..
The title track was originally recorded for the album, but was delayed until the band’s next album Physical Graffiti in 1975.

Mar 28th 1988 Kings X released their debut album “Out Of The Silent Planet”

Did you know
The album peaked at number 144 on the Billboard Charts.

Mar 28th 1988 Hallows Eve released the album “Monument”

Did you know
The band did a cover of the Queen song “Sheer Heart Attack” on this album.

Mar 28th 1995 Skid Row released the album “Subhuman Race”

Did you know
It was the only Skid Row album to be produced by Bob Rock.
Sadly it was their last album with singer Sebastian Bach and drummer Rob Affuso.

Mar 28th 1995 Doro released the album “Machine II Machine”

Did you know
The album peaked at position number 33 in the German Longplay chart.

Mar 28th 1998 Marduk released the album “Nightwing”

Did you know
Their name is derived from the Babylonian god Marduk, patron deity of Babylon.

Mar 28th 2007 Threshold released the album “Dead Reckoning”

Did you know….
It was their last album to feature long time vocalist Andrew “Mac” McDermott.

Mar 28th 2011 Vicious Rumors released the album “Razorback Killers”

Did you know
Several guests joined them for the sessions: Mark McGee, Brad Gillis, and Testament guitarist Eric Peterson.

Mar 28th 2014 Sinbreed released the album “Shadows”

Did you know
In 2008 the band (formerly Neoshine) changed their name to Sinbreed following a legal dispute.


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