This Day in Metal January 29th

This Day in Metal January 29th

Jan 29th 1998 Riot released the album “Inishmore”

Did you know
The album is based on conceptual sagas of Celtic & Irish myths.

Jan 29th 2001 Primal Fear released the album “Nuclear Fire”

Did you know
The band is from OriginEsslingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and formed in 1997.

Jan 29th 2001 Annihilator released the album “Carnival Diablos”

Did you know
It was their first album to feature Joe Comeau, formerly of Overkill and Liege Lord, on vocals.

Jan 29th 2002 Dream Theater released “Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence”

Did you know…
The album reached number 46 on the Billboard Charts

Jan 29th 2002 King Diamond released the album “Abigail II: The Revenge”

Did you know….
The band was formed in 1985 by vocalist King Diamond, guitarist Michael Denner and bassist Timi Hansen.

Jan 29th 2008 Decrepit Birth released the album “Diminishing Between Worlds”

Did you know….
All of their studio albums feature artwork by renowned fantasy artist Dan Seagrave.

Jan 29th 2008 Protest The Hero released the album “Fortress”

Did you know….
In Canada, the album achieved #1 status the first week of its release.
Mike Portnoy named this album one of his favourite albums of 2008 on his official web page.

Jan 29th 2010 Gamma Ray released the album “To The Metal!”

Did you know
The song “All you need to know”, featured Helloween frontman Michael Kiske.

Jan 29th 2010 Overkill released the album “Ironbound”

Did you know
Ironbound was Overkill’s first album to chart on the Billboard 200 in 17 years, since “I Hear Black”.

Jan 29th 2016 Exumer released the album “The Raging Tides”

Did you know
The band formed in Wiesbaden in 1985 by singer/bassist Mem V. Stein and guitarist Ray Mensh.

Jan 29th 2016 Dream Theater released the album “The Astonishing”

Did you know….
The album reached number 11 on the Billboard Charts

Jan 29th 2021 Accept released the album “Too Mean to Die”

Did you know
It is the first Accept album to feature Martin Motnik, who replaced original bassist Peter Baltes in 2019.


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