Released on July 21st, 1987, Appetite for Destruction took more than a year to hit the top of the charts.
Marilyn Manson’s debut album arrived July 19th, 1994, via Nothing Records.
A look back at Slipknot’s landmark 1999 self-titled album.
The Comedy Bang Bang host returns to Gotham City.
Featuring songs like “Epic” and “Falling to Pieces”, The Real Thing introduced Faith No More to the masses.
The album that introduced the metal legends and their iconic mascot to legions of fans.
Arguably, the most important and greatest metal album of the 1990s.
A look back at the groundbreaking 1996 disc from the Brazilian metal heroes.
KISS’ first album contains a number of the legendary band’s classic tracks.
Founder Doug Martsch reflects on making the album and playing it live.
While the album’s highs go higher than you might recall, its lows seem lower now, too.
The grunge band’s classic EP was released on January 25th, 1994.