‘Dystopia’ found Megadeth hitting the Reset button and returning to their thrash metal roots. The result was an album that resonated with longtime fans.
With a new creative foil and a fresh focus, ‘The Pale Emperor’ found Marilyn Manson turning his mirror on himself as he waved goodbye to The God Of F__k.
Conceived as “an unfriendly, fairly impenetrable record”, ‘Not The Actual Events’ recalled the sound of Nine Inch Nails’ ‘The Downward Spiral’.
Interested in “f__king with some other stuff”, ‘Garage Inc’ found Metallica exploring their influences and offering an insight into their state of mind.
With the ‘Reload’ album, Metallica revealed that they existed in a genre of one, and had nothing whatsoever to prove to anyone else.
Are they Nameless Ghouls? Who is the real Papa Emeritus? Ghost are perfect enigmas. Here are ten facts you need to know about Sweden’s heavy metal icons.
With the ‘Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death)’ album, Marilyn Manson set out to “punish everyone for daring to f__k with me”.
With his debut album, ‘I Get Wet’, Andrew WK partied hard… ’til he puked, unleashing a barrage of hedonistic, big-dumb-fun rock in the process.
Megadeth’s ‘Youthanasia’ album confirmed that, a decade after forming the group, Dave Mustaine’s ambition was to be in the biggest metal band on the planet.
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The moment of Marilyn Manson’s metamorphosis, the ‘Antichrist Superstar’ album carried a shocking message that also challenged listeners to think.
Encouraged by his producer to “f__k some s__t up!”, Marilyn Manson’s ‘Heaven Upside Down’ album recaptured the fire that had once burned within.
Every year, critics and so-called experts ask: is rock music dead? Not with a new breed of young talents aiming for legendary status.
With their “classic” line-up in place, Megadeth’s ‘Rust In Peace’ emerged as one of the greatest thrash metal albums of all time.
Capturing a legendary Riot Fest performance, the ‘Astro-Creep: 2000 Live’ album saw Rob Zombie perform the White Zombie classic in its entirety.