A writer reflects on his initial disappointment and later appreciation for the polarizing album.
On the 50th anniversary of Black Sabbath’s landmark debut, here’s a look back at the iconic album.
The grunge band’s classic EP was released on January 25th, 1994.
The thrash metal masterpiece was released October 7th, 1986.
Alice in Chains released their second full-length album, Dirt, on September 29th, 1992.
Marilyn Manson’s third album marked a drastic shift musically for the shock rocker.
Following the death of Cliff Burton in 1986, Metallica roared back with their epic fourth album.
The metal band’s sophomore album still stands out among an impressive discography.
The iconic disc continues to crack the Billboard 200 chart each week to this day.
The thrash band’s sophomore LP is arguably Metallica’s most important album.
AC/DC’s Highway to Hell was released on July 27th, 1979, marking the band’s final album with Bon Scott.
On July 25th, 1983, Metallica unleashed their debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, a landmark disc that would help usher in the thrash metal scene.