This Hub is a review of the brilliant 1983 album Piece of Mind by Iron Maiden. It may be their best album and even better than 1986's Somewhere in Time.
Winters Bane's HEART OF A KILLER is best remembered as the debut recording by Tim Owens - later known as "Ripper" when he replaced Rob Halford in Judas Priest.
Bruce Dickinson shocked the Metal world when he left Iron Maiden in 1993. On 1995's THE X FACTOR, Maiden attempted to carry on with new vocalist Blaze Bayley.
On their second album with new front man Todd LaTorre, Queensryche sounds more confident and focused than they have in a VERY long time.
Exploring the genre? Here is something to start you off while giving deserved exposure to great artists of the genre.
Have you ever bought a CD that you were expecting to hate...but you bought it anyway? That's what happened to me with this "best-of" compilation by the early 90s hair band Slaughter.
Just a list of songs I consider the the top 25 right now
Staten Island, New York's KILLEN released an album in 1987 and a demo in 1989... and then they disappeared. Their debut album is due to be reissued on CD by Cult Metal Classics in 2015.
This Hub is a review of the very heavy album called Orthodox by the Czech death metal band known as Krabathor. This is the heaviest album that you will ever hear!
This Hub is a review of the 1993 album called Chaos AD by the famous Brazilian death and thrash metal band Sepultura.