HubPages' resident Heavy Metal Maniac is back with another gallery of the worst, the weirdest, and the just plain ugliest album covers in Metal history. Gaze in awe at their awfulness and wonder what these bands were...
Perris Records is an independent record label and distributor specializing in '80s hard rock and heavy metal. I recently visited the "sale" section of their web site for some cheap tunes.
A gallery of some of the most classically bad, painful to the eyes album covers in Heavy Metal history.
I got all this information from websites and one book. If this was a term paper, I'd be expelled for plagiarism! But it's not a term paper, so here's the nitty gritty without proper documentation. I'm sure...
Your humble narrator and middle aged metal nerd reveals his top 5 picks for the best Hard Rock and Heavy Metal releases of 2015... just in case anybody cares.
On 1993's "Edge of Thorns," progressive metal titans Savatage replaced longtime screamer Jon Oliva with new vocalist Zak Stevens. The result was one of the finest albums of their long career.
While the roots of hard rock emerged in the 60s, it was the 80s that propelled the phenomena to new heights. Since the 80s, a new wave of bands has emerged in this popular rock subgenre.
Japan's metal scene only truly began to pick up steam after Loudness' debut in 1981. Within this article are 10 instances of Japanese bands playing heavy metal, or very close to it in 1980 or earlier.
While there are hundreds of hair metal and glam rock bands that come to mind when discussing the genre, there are hundreds more that are less well known. But many of the more obscure bands are just as talented as some...
The heavy metal sound has evolved a great deal since it came into being. The 80s and 90s are two of the most important decades in metal history. This article brings to light a detailed perspective of