Two albums released on the same day helped set the foundation for the ’90s alternative-rock scene.
From their self-titled debut to 2019’s The Nothing, a ranking of Korn’s discography.
On July 25th, 1983, Metallica unleashed their debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, a landmark disc that would help usher in the thrash metal scene.
The set includes 180-gram vinyl reissues of Overkill and Bomber, plus previously unheard concert recordings, B-sides, collectible books, and more.
From 1994’s Portrait of an American Family through 2020’s WE ARE CHAOS, a look at Manson’s discography.
Deftones have one of the strongest discographies of any band in the past quarter century.
A complete review of the metal legends’ discography, with a tough choice for No. 1.
With the release of the new biopic The Dirt on Netflix, see where each album ranks in Motley Crue’s discography.
The seldom-told stories of the band’s solo years and a theory that Townshend’s White City is a Quadrophenia sequel.
Discography mourns the loss of one of rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest artists.
Discover the legendary band like never before in this new season of Discography.
The deluxe box set comes loaded with 174 tracks, including a number of previously unreleased recordings and alternative takes.