Christian bands that play metal are all the rage these days. Here are ten songs you can totally bang your head to.
The musicians outdid themselves along with the excellent production, mixing and mastering done by Dave Otero, which brings out each instrument crystal clear. This album is in your face.
Billed as "Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi," 1986's "Seventh Star" album is one of the most misunderstood records in the Sabbath catalog.
Queensryche's split with original vocalist Geoff Tate was one of the most bizarre rock dramas in recent memory. Let's find out how it all went down and how it was resolved.
"Cross Purposes," released in 1994, was Black Sabbath's fourth album with lead vocalist Tony Martin.
Warrant sensed change in the air as the Grunge Decade began, so they tried to toughen up their sound with 1992's "Dog Eat Dog" album. Was the experiment successful?
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.
Canadian thrashers Piledriver released two albums in the mid '80s and then disappeared. Here's a look back at the mysterious band's cult classic debut, 1985's "Metal Inquisition."
1989's "Headless Cross" was the strongest Black Sabbath album in a number of years, but unfortunately for the band, few were listening.
It may be hard to believe, but Metallica's now-legendary debut album, KILL'EM ALL, will be 35 years old in 2018. Here are some memories of the first time I heard this genre-defining album.
Hunting the Hidden is a melodic death metal band from Trondheim, Norway, who have just released their second album, entitled "Aphelion."
Stuck Backwards is a Virginia-based hardcore/thrash/punk/metal band whose second album, "Fear of a Prison Planet," was released in August 2017. Fans of GWAR, Municipal Waste, and the Dead Kennedys will appreciate these guys.
In this article I will take you through the different stylistic trends and eras of visual kei in relation to Japanese metal music.
Legendary metal screamer Rob Halford of Judas Priest fame threw his fans a curve ball in 2009 when he released a surprisingly effective Christmas album.
2003's "St. Anger" is considered to be Metallica's worst album. In 2015, two fans recorded their own version of the disc (with better production) in hopes that people might give it another try.