This Day in Metal October 13th

This Day in Metal October 13th

Oct 13th 1978 AC/DC released the live album “If You Want Blood”

Did you know…
The album was listed at number 2 on Classic Rock Magazine readers’ poll of “50 Greatest Live Albums Ever”.

Oct 13th 1981 Raven released their debut album “Rock Until You Drop”

Did you know…
The song “Lambs to the Slaughter” was covered by German thrash band Kreator on their Out of the Dark … Into the Light EP.

Oct 13th 1987 Sacred Reich released their debut album “Ignorance”

Did you know…
The 2012 limited edition bonus tracks included a cover of the Judas Priest song “Rapid Fire”.

Oct 13th 1989 Overkill released the album “The Years Of Decay”

Did you know…
It was the last Overkill album to feature guitarist Bobby Gustafson.

Oct 13th 1989 Toxik released the album “Think This”

Did you know..
The band did a cover of the Led Zeppelin song “Out on the Tiles” on this album.

Oct 13th 1989 Voivod released the album “Nothingface”

Did you know…
It was their only album to enter the Billboard 200 charts, where it peaked at number 114.

Oct 13th 1992 Flotsam And Jetsam released the album “Cuatro”

Did you know…
Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) co-wrote “The Message” and is credited as Christopher Cornell.

Oct 13th 1997 Vader released the album “Black To The Blind”

Did you know…
The album was nominated for a Fryderyk Award in the category “Hard & Heavy Album of the Year”.

Oct 13th 2009 Skeletonwitch released the album “Breathing The Fire”

Did you know…
It was their first album to feature bassist Evan Linger.

Oct 13th 2017 Fozzy released the album “Judas”

Did you know…
Jericho uses the song “Judas” as his entrance theme for his appearances.

Oct 13th 2017 L.A. Guns released the album “The Missing Peace”

Did you know…
It is their only studio album with the guitarist Michael Grant.

Oct 13th 1960 Joey Belladonna singer with Anthrax was born!!

Did you know…
He is also the vocalist and drummer of the cover band Chief Big Way.


Chris Jericho!! This video is from the past. Some dates might not be correct and Wikipedia keeps changing dates all the time.


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