This Day in Metal May 7th

This Day in Metal May 7th

May 7th 1982 Bodine released the album “Bold As Brass”

Did you know… The band was from the Netherlands and formed in 1978.

May 7th 1985 Blind Fury released their debut album “Out of Reach”

Did you know
Blind Fury was formed in London by members of Angel Witch, including Kevin Heybourne, and vocalist Lou Taylor.

May 7th 1987 Tyton released the album “Mind over Metal”

Did you know… The band was from Houston, Texas and formed in 1984.

May 7th 1989 Shok Paris released the album “Concrete Killers”

Did you know
A music video was made for the song “The Heat and the Fire”.
The song “Get It Right” was a bonus CD track.

May 7th 1993 At The Gates released the album “With Fear I Kiss The Burning Darkness”

Did you know
Matti Kärki did guest vocals on this album.

May 7th 1996 Pantera released the album “The Great Southern Trendkill”

Did you know….
The album reached number 4 on the Billboard Charts.
Phil Anselmo recorded the vocals alone at Trent Reznor’s Nothing Studios in New Orleans.

May 7th 2010 Exodus released the album “Exhibit B: The Human Condition”

Did you know
The album debuted at number 114 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Andy Sneap produced the album.

May 6th 2013 Sodom released the album “Epitome of Torture”

Did you know… The album debuted on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart at 25, their highest Billboard Debut ever.

May 7th 2019 Nocturna released their debut album “The Gates of Peirah”

Did you know..
The band is from Lebanon and formed in 2006.


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