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Guns N Roses vs. King Diamond
Geffen / Roadrunner

Guns N’ Roses vs. King Diamond – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

The final battle of the Headbanger Region's first round is perhaps the highest-pitched matchup within the entire competition. Both albums in contention, which are fighting to be named the greatest ever in our 2013 March Metal Madness feature, also share the similarity of being released in 1987, so which album will advance into the seconds round?

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Ozzy Osbourne vs. Queensryche
Jet / EMI

Ozzy Osbourne vs. Queensryche – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

The next Round 1 matchup in the Headbanger Region of March Metal Madness 2013 consists of two '80s albums that caused metalheads to double-take upon hearing them for the first time, and the classic tracks showcased within the discs are still mainstays on many fan's personal playlists. Does either have the merit to be voted the best metal album ever?

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System of a Down vs. Cannibal Corpse
American / Metal Blade

System of a Down vs. Cannibal Corpse – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

Next up in Round 1 of the Headbanger Region, eclectic metal masters System of a Down battle it out with death metal pioneers Cannibal Corpse to decide which act will move on to Round 2 of March Metal Madness 2013 and come one step closer to being named the greatest metal album of all time.

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Black Sabbath vs. Venom

Black Sabbath vs. Venom – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

In our first head-to-head battle in the Headbanger Region, we've got arguably the heaviest records on the planet at their time of release, but will one be voted the greatest metal album of all time? They face each other for a chance to move into Round 2 of Loudwire's March Metal Madness 2013.

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Judas Priest vs. Suffocation

Judas Priest vs. Suffocation – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

We finish out the first round of the Devil Horn Region in Loudwire's 2013 March Metal Madness with a matchup feature a pair of enduring metal vets. In one corner, you've got Judas Priest and their 'Screaming for Vengeance' album. In the other, it's Suffocation and their standout effort, 'Effigy of the Forgotten.'

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Tool vs. Lamb of God

Tool vs. Lamb of God – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

It's about to get heavy in here. This pairing of the 2013 Loudwire March Metal Madness Devil Horn Region has Tool's intense 'Ænima' album doing battle with Lamb of God's pummeling 'Ashes of the Wake' in Round 1 of the challenge to determine the best metal album of all-time.

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Dio vs. Dream Theater

Dio vs. Dream Theater – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

It's fitting that Loudwire's 2013 March Metal Madness would slot Dio in the Devil Horn region. The band's classic 'Holy Diver' album meets up with Dream Theater's breakout release, 'Images and Words,' in this Round 1 matchup to determine the best metal album of all-time.

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ACDC vs. Mayhem

AC/DC vs. Mayhem – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

We kick off Round 1 of the Devil Horn region of Loudwire's 2013 March Metal Madness with AC/DC's huge-selling 'Back in Black' disc squaring off against black metallers Mayhem and their influential album, 'De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas.'

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Iron Maiden vs. Morbid Angel
EMI / Earache

Iron Maiden vs. Morbid Angel – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

Two more legendary albums are showcased in the Stage Dive Region of Loudwire's March Metal Madness 2013. With 32 albums in total on the chopping block, only one can emerge as the greatest of all time. Will it be from one of these two innovators?

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Pantera vs. Opeth
Atco / Music For Nations

Pantera vs. Opeth – March Metal Madness 2013, Round 1

It's March Metal Madness 2013! To find the best metal album of all time, we're leaving it up to you to vote for your favorite records throughout the history of the genre. We've got two more innovators on the block in this Stage Dive region Round 1 matchup, with one of metal's most aggressive acts taking on one of the most eclectic acts in modern metal.

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