This Day in Metal May 19th

This Day in Metal May 19th

May 19th 1988 Megadeth released the single “Liar”

Did you know
The song was a rant directed at past member Chris Poland.

May 19th 1992 KISS released the album “Revenge”

Did you know..
The album was dedicated to Eric Carr, and the last track, “Carr Jam 1981,” was a demo he had recorded soon after joining the group.

May 19th 2009 Warbringer released the album “Waking Into Nightmares”

Did you know
The album was produced by Gary Holt, guitarist of thrash metal band Exodus.

May 19th 2009 Jungle Rot released the album “What Horrors Await”

Did you know
The band did a cover of the Destruction song “Invincible Force” on this album.

May 19th 2010 Loudness released the album “King Of Pain”

Did you know
It was released only in Japan and marks the full-length debut of drummer Masayuki Suzuki.

May 19th 2014 Judas Priest released the single “March of the Damned”

Did you know.. ‘March of the Damned’ is really one of my favorite songs,” said Tipton. “It’s just simple, straight to the point. It’s not really a song about zombies or The Walking Dead.”

May 19th 2015 Faith No More released the album “Sol Invictus”

Did you know..
In June 2015, the album won a Metal Hammer Golden God Award for Best Album.

May 19th 2017 DragonForce released the album “Reaching into Infinity”

Did you know
It is the band’s first studio album to feature drummer Gee Anzalone and the last to feature longtime keyboardist Vadim Pruzhanov.


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