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
Everyone knows about Master of Puppets, Rust in Peace, and Reign in Blood, but what about other thrash metal classics that went unheard of? Let's look at some of the best ever released.
On their second album with new front man Todd LaTorre, Queensryche sounds more confident and focused than they have in a VERY long time.
In the 80's there was and explosion of "Techno Pop", mostly garbage like Wham, Bananarama, and so many other pointless bands. Most new music coming out was garbage that seemed to clog the airwaves. My friends and I found solice in classic rock,...
Shakespeare Rocks! Here is a quick list of the greatest tunes of the immortal Bard of Avon. In the words of Saxon 'Denim and quill-feather brought us all together'.
CREATURES OF THE NIGHT is considered to be one of KISS' best albums today, but in 1982 it seemed like their last gasp. It features new guitarist Vinnie Vincent and the anthem "I Love It Loud."
Warrior Soul's SALUTATIONS FROM THE GHETTO NATION is one of the great underrated metal albums of the early 90s. Here is a fanboy's perspective on why it all went wrong for the band.
This "Original Album Classics" release features three vintage albums by the Swiss hard rock act KROKUS, reissued in nifty little LP style sleeves
"KILLERS" was KISS' second "greatest hits" compilation, and was only released outside of the U.S. It is noteworthy because it featured four "new" songs.
A review of Megadeth's Endgame. Is it really the best album they've put out since the early 90's?