Meshuggah Showed the Djent Bands the Meaning of Brutal With ‘obZen’
The album is about human nature. 'I think we’re evil, for sure,' says vocalist Jens Kidman.
Ministry’s ‘AmeriKKKant': Al Jourgensen’s State of The Union
Jon Wiederhorn, who co-wrote Jourgensen's autobiography, gives his take on Al's first Trump-era album.
24 Years Ago: Cradle of Filth Make Their Debut With ‘The Principle of Evil Made Flesh’
On Feb. 24, 1994, Cradle of Filth released their debut album, 'The Principle of Evil Made Flesh.'
22 Years Ago: Sepultura Explored Their ‘Roots’
On Feb. 20, 1996, Sepultura unleashed their percussive-driven metal masterpiece 'Roots.'
25 Years Ago: Quicksand’s ‘Slip’ Carved a New Path for Metal
On Feb. 9, 1993, a fresh new sound emerged out of the New York scene and changed how future generations would approach their music.
30 Years Ago: Megadeth Release ‘So Far, So Good… So What!’
On Jan. 19, 1988, Megadeth issued their third album, 'So Far, So Good ... So What!'
17 Years Ago: Jason Newsted Leaves Metallica
On Jan. 17, 2001, bassist Jason Newsted revealed the news that he was exiting Metallica.
34 Years Ago: Van Halen Get a Jump on ‘1984’
On Jan. 9, 1984, Van Halen released their last album of the first era with David Lee Roth.
27 Years Ago: Def Leppard Guitarist Steve Clark Dies
On Jan. 8, 1991, Def Leppard guitarist Steve Clark died from an overdose.
34 Years Ago: Judas Priest Ride Hot Streak With ‘Defenders of the Faith’
On Jan. 4, 1984, Judas Priest picked up where 'Screaming for Vengeance' left off with another certifiable, definitive metal record in 'Defenders of the Faith.'