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Age of Defiance
November 29, 2019
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Corrosion Of Conformity
Deliverance is the fourth album by Corrosion of Conformity, and the first on which Pepper Keenan was lead singer. It was also their first recording on Columbia Records. Kerrang! described Deliverance as a "true 90s classic". The song "Mano de Mono" is heard in the movie The Fan. The song "Albatross" is playable in the video game Guitar Hero: Metallica.
In 2014, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Deliverance at #31 on their list of the best rock albums of 1994.
Point Blank is the only studio album by heavy metal band Nailbomb, released on March 8, 1994 by Roadrunner Records. The side project Nailbomb was started by Max Cavalera and Alex Newport in the mid-1990s. The first track "Wasting Away" appears in the 1995 film To Die For. The album cover is a female Vietcong member with a U.S. soldier's gun to her head. The album was played live in its entirety for the first time ever in 2017 by Max Cavalera performing under his band Soulfly, more than 20 years after the release of the album and the band's break up. However, Alex Newport will not be part of these performances.
Old School Metal
NOLA is the debut studio album by American sludge metal band Down, released on September 19, 1995 by Elektra Records. The title is the abbreviation for New Orleans, Louisiana.
Urban Discipline is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Biohazard, released on November 10, 1992 by Roadrunner Records. The intro to the song "Punishment" is from the 1989 film The Punisher starring Dolph Lundgren. A remastered edition featuring bonus tracks was released in 2007.
X - No Absolutes
Songs from the Black Hole
Songs from the Black Hole is a cover album from American metal band Prong. It was released on March 31, 2015. According to frontman Tommy Victor, the goal of the cover album was to explore musical roots of the band and "the vast landscape that makes up the band’s sound". The cover artwork was created by Mike Lopez. Victor stated, it should visualize "the theme of urban decay, desolation, insecurity and ultimate change". The basic tracks were recorded with Peter Funke in Trixx Studios in Berlin, Germany. The album was mixed and mastered by Chris Collier at Mission:Black Studios in Santa Clarita, California with additional guitars also recorded there. Vocals were recorded by Collier at Lynchbox Studios also in Santa Clarita. Jason Christopher added background vocals on "Give Me the Cure".
Ruining Lives is the ninth studio album from American metal band Prong. Released on April 23, 2014, the album was produced by Tommy Victor and Steve Evetts. On April 29, 2014, a lyric video was released for "Turnover".
Rude Awakening is Prong's fifth album. Rude Awakening is an enhanced CD. It was also released as a special limited edition on 12" red vinyl. The album was reissued in 2008 as a digipak version, featuring four remixes of the "Rude Awakening" single and a new booklet.
Rude Awakening is the last Prong album to feature Ted Parsons and Paul Raven, as well as the band's last album on Epic Records.
Cleansing is the fourth album by the American heavy metal band Prong. It was produced by Terry Date, whereas all of Prong's previous albums had been produced by Mark Dodson. It includes ex-Killing Joke members Paul Raven on bass guitar and John Bechdel on keyboards/programming. Cleansing was Prong's only moderate commercial success. It was reissued in 2008 as a digipak version.
The music video to "Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck" was featured on an episode of Beavis and Butt-head. The professional wrestler Justin Credible used the track as his entrance theme in Extreme Championship Wrestling and when performing in the independent promotions.
To promote the album, Prong embarked on the Cleansing Tour which included opening acts Clutch and Drown. They also toured with Sepultura and Pantera as an opener for their Chaos A.D. and Far Beyond Driven tours.
Vision Thing by The Sisters of Mercy was an influence on Cleansing. Tommy Victor said that the band was tired of their earlier thrash metal sound, and he wanted the band to go in a new direction that incorporated dance metal.
Prove You Wrong
Prove You Wrong is the third album by the metal band Prong. It is their only album with Troy Gregory on bass guitar. The album includes a cover of " Grip", originally by The Stranglers.
100% Live is Prong's first live album. It was recorded at Double Door in Chicago and the Royal Oak Theater in Detroit.
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