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Digimortal [Special Edition]
Digimortal is the fourth studio album by American industrial metal band Fear Factory, released on April 24, 2001 by Roadrunner Records. It is a concept album and the final part of a trilogy that started with Demanufacture and continued with Obsolete, which it is the sequel to. This was the band's last album before officially breaking up in March 2002. Although Digimortal was not a commercial success, this was not given as reason for the band's breakup, instead citing frontman Burton C. Bell's desire to "form a band that's more indie-rock-oriented." Fear Factory would officially reform in 2003, however, to begin work on their next album, Archetype. Digimortal was the last to feature founding guitarist/songwriter Dino Cazares for eight years until his return to the band in 2009.
The Fury Of Our Maker's Hand [Special Edition]
The Fury of Our Maker's Hand is the second studio album by American Groove metal band DevilDriver, released on June 28, 2005. It's the first DevilDriver album to feature guitarist Mike Spreitzer. The album entered the Billboard charts at number 117, with sales of 10,402. A special edition of the album was released on October 31, 2006. It contained six bonus tracks and an additional DVD with the band's four music videos.
A music video was produced for "Hold Back the Day," which found airplay on MTV2's Headbangers Ball. It featured stylistic elements, primarily background visuals such as a female mannequin head, highly reminiscent of Black Sabbath's video for "Paranoid."
The song "Driving Down the Darkness" was featured in the fifteenth episode of the sixth season of Scrubs.
Primitive is the second studio album by the metal band Soulfly released in 2000 through Roadrunner Records. Primitive has sold over 226,569 copies.
The Impossibility of Reason
The Impossibility of Reason is the second studio album by the American heavy metal band Chimaira, released on May 13, 2003. It is the first album to feature Matt DeVries on rhythm guitar. It debuted No. 117 on the Billboard 200 charts. To date the album has sold around 200,000 copies in the US.
A limited edition version was released in 2004, which included a bonus disc called Reasoning the Impossible. The song "Army of Me" appeared on the Freddy vs. Jason soundtrack and introduces Matt DeVries as the band's new rhythm guitarist.
The All Star Sessions
Music From The Film As The Palaces Burn
Lamb Of God
Supremacy is the fourth full-length album by American metalcore band Hatebreed, it is their first and only release with Roadrunner Records. The album was released on August 29, 2006. The track, "To the Threshold", earlier appeared on the album, MTV2 Headbangers Ball: The Revenge, released in April 2006.
Frontman Jamey Jasta contends that the main theme of Supremacy is overcoming "feelings of depression, guilt, sadness, anxiety, alienation. I wanted to show that there is hope, and you have to start with yourself. You can't help other people if you can't help yourself."
New Found Power
New Found Power is the only studio album released by heavy metal supergroup Damageplan, formed by brothers Darrell "Dimebag Darrell" Abbott and Vincent "Vinnie Paul" Abbott after the breakup of their previous band Pantera.
"New Found Power" was also the original name of the band but was changed prior to the album's release. The record sold 44,676 copies in its first week to debut at number 38 on the Billboard 200.
The Darker Side of Nonsense
Dry Kill Logic
The Darker Side of Nonsense is the first full-length album by the heavy band Dry Kill Logic. It was released on June 5, 2001, by Roadrunner Records and was the band's only release on that label. The album spent two weeks on the Billboard Independent Albums chart, peaking at number 27.
The War Of Art
American Head Charge
The War of Art is the second album by the industrial metal band American Head Charge, released in 2001.
Inflikted is the debut studio album from Cavalera Conspiracy, the Cavalera brothers' first record together in 12 years - since the release of Roots by Sepultura in 1996.
A Cruel World (PA Version)
A Cruel World is the debut album by New York alternative metal band Bloodsimple, released on March 29, 2005.
Cannibal is the fifth studio album by Static-X, released on April 3, 2007. This is the first album from the band to contain guitar solos; every song with the exception of "Goat" has one. This is an album of firsts for the band, being the first album without an "otsego" song included, and the first album to feature the same line-up as the album preceding it. Cannibal would be the last time for twelve years that Static-X had worked with Ulrich Wild, who produced, engineered or mixed their first four albums.
The Best of Coal Chamber
The Best of Coal Chamber is a compilation album by the Californian nu metal band Coal Chamber, released through Roadrunner Records on August 10, 2004 on CD. The album mixes several tracks from their 3 studio albums, Coal Chamber, Chamber Music, Dark Days, recorded from 1994 to 2002. It received 3.5 stars from Allmusic.
Kingdom of Sorrow
Kingdom of Sorrow
Kingdom of Sorrow is the self-titled debut album by Kingdom of Sorrow, a group featuring Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed and Kirk Windstein of Crowbar and Down. The album was released by Relapse Records.
The Art Of Balance
The Art of Balance is the third album by American heavy metal band Shadows Fall, released on September 17, 2002. The album sold over 4,500 copies the week of its release, and debuted at position 15 on the Top Independent Albums chart.
Bleed the Fifth
Bleed the Fifth is the debut studio album by Divine Heresy, released in the United States on August 28, 2007. The album sold approximately 2,700 copies in its first week of release. The album name is a play on the American judicial system Fifth Amendment. This is the only album to feature original vocalist Tommy "Vext" Cummings, who later departed from the band after an on-stage altercation.
"Failed Creation" served as the album's lead single. Its music video received airplay on MTV2's Headbangers Ball upon release.
Reinventing the Steel
Reinventing the Steel is the ninth and final studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on March 21, 2000 by EastWest Records.
The End Of All Things To Come
The End of All Things to Come is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Mudvayne. Released on November 19, 2002, the album expanded upon the sound of the band's debut, L.D. 50, with a more versatile range of sounds, dynamic, moods and vocalization.
The band wrote the album's songs in less than a month, drawing inspiration from their self-imposed isolation during the songwriting process, and crafted a more mature sound which drew from jazz and progressive rock influences, as well as elements of death metal and thrash metal. The album's strong sales led to it being certified Gold by the RIAA in 2003.
The Height of Callousness
The Height of Callousness is the second album by the American industrial metal band Spineshank. It was released on October 10, 2000 by Roadrunner Records. The title is taken from a phrase in A Clockwork Orange.
Roots is the sixth studio album by Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It was released in Europe on February 20, 1996 and in the U.S. three weeks later on March 12 by Roadrunner Records. It is the band's last studio album to feature founding member and vocalist/rhythm guitarist Max Cavalera.
Following the shift to slower tempos and Latin-tinged rhythms on the album Chaos A.D., Roots delves even further into Brazilian musical textures and features significant contributions from iconic Brazilian musician Carlinhos Brown, who guided and arranged the sections throughout the album that feature ensemble percussion playing. Both in sound and overall aesthetic, Roots is also a conscious nod to Brazil's marginalized indigenous population and cultures. The song "Itsári" features a Xavante chant that re-appears on the song "Born Stubborn" and serves as a loose thematic thread for the whole album, which on the whole showcases the band's increased affinity for experimentation and collaboration.
"Lookaway" features guest appearances by Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis, then-Korn drummer David Silveria, House of Pain/Limp Bizkit turntablist DJ Lethal, and Faith No More/Mr. Bungle vocalist Mike Patton.
Revolution Revolucion [Special Edition]
Revolution Revolución is the debut album by the American nu metal band Ill Niño. It has sold over 375,000 copies in the United States.
Scar The Martyr (Deluxe)
Scar The Martyr
Scar the Martyr is the only album by the American metal band Scar the Martyr, released on October 1, 2013.
M3 is the third album independently released by the nu metal band Mushroomhead. It was released in 1999 on their own label. This was the final studio album with Dinner as a member of the band. The songs "Before I Die", "Solitaire/Unraveling", "Xeroxed" and "Born of Desire" were later included on both the Eclipse Records and Universal Records versions of XX in 2001.
The song "Inevitable" samples the Stephen King miniseries Storm of the Century.
Violence is the third album by the Washington, D.C.-based alternative metal band Nothingface. The album was released on September 5, 2000, via TVT Records. The album received positive reviews, but didn't experience mainstream popularity, selling only 87,000 copies in the United States.
Alive or Just Breathing [Topshelf Edition]
Alive or Just Breathing is the second studio album by American metalcore band Killswitch Engage. It was released on May 21, 2002, through Roadrunner Records. Alive or Just Breathing was Killswitch Engage's first album on Roadrunner and was recorded from October 2001 to February 2002. Produced by drummer and guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz, this was the band's first album on a major label, which prompted them to write and record the album to the best of their abilities. Alive or Just Breathing has been viewed as a landmark album in the metalcore genre and was well praised upon its release by fans and critics. The lyrics, which were all written by vocalist Jesse Leach, were intended to bring a positive message through the music.
Shortly after the release of Alive or Just Breathing, Leach left the band for personal and health issues. Killswitch Engage quickly recruited Howard Jones to replace Leach. Jones would stay in the band for nearly ten years, until his departure in 2012, which prompted Leach to rejoin the band on the ten-year anniversary of Alive or Just Breathing. This is also the last album to feature Dutkiewicz on drums, as he would switch to guitar before the touring process.
Diabolus In Musica
Diabolus in Musica is the eighth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on June 9, 1998 by American Recordings. Guitarist Jeff Hanneman wrote most of the album's content, which has been described as Slayer's most experimental. It was the band's first album to be played mostly in C♯ tuning, and its title is a Latin term for "The Devil in Music", a musical interval known for its dissonance. Lyrical themes explored on the album include religion, sex, cultural deviance, death, insanity, war, and homicide.
Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, Diabolus in Musica peaked at number 31 on the Billboard 200, selling over 46,000 copies in its first week of sales. By 2006, it had sold over 290,000 copies in the United States.
Motograter is the debut album released by the nu metal band Motograter on June 24, 2003. Although the album has a total of 22 tracks, half of them are short, static tracks, which are all the names of the tracks reversed. For instance, Eman On is a reversed version of No Name, and a message can clearly be heard in the last 5 seconds. This is the band's only release to feature Ivan "Ghost" Moody as lead vocalist as well as all other band members with the exception of Matt "Nuke" Nunes.
Gone Forever is the third full-length studio album by the New Jersey heavy metal quintet God Forbid. Jeff Loomis of Nevermore contributes the solo on track 7, "Soul Engraved". Track 2, "Antihero", was used in a sampler track hidden in Shadows Fall's album The War Within. Three music videos were released from this album for the tracks "Antihero", "Better Days" and the title track. The album entered the Top Independent Albums chart at number 34. The album has a different sound from their previous two albums, featuring strong thrash metal elements that would be included on all their following releases.
A Lethal Dose of American Hatred
A Lethal Dose of American Hatred is the second album by sludge metal band Superjoint Ritual. Former "touring only" bassist Hank Williams III played on this album. Nearly every song begins with a count-in by Phil Anselmo. "Waiting for the Turning Point" and "Stealing a Page or Two From Armed & Radical Pagans" are finished versions of the two bonus demos released on their first album, Use Once and Destroy. A Lethal Dose of American Hatred is the last full-length studio album until 2016. They disbanded in December 2004 and reformed in October 2014.
Burn the Priest
Burn The Priest
Hellyeah is the debut album by the heavy metal band Hellyeah, featuring various members of Pantera, Mudvayne, Damageplan and Nothingface.
According to MusicMight, the band finished album recordings in January 2007, and the single "You Wouldn't Know" went to U.S. radio in late February. This is the only album to feature original bassist Jerry Montano.
"You Wouldn't Know" is about the difficulty of maintaining one's integrity in the profit-obsessed music industry. "Thank You" is a tribute to all of the band's recently departed family members: Vinnie Paul's brother Dimebag Darrell, Tom Maxwell's mother, and Chad Gray's grandmother.
The album debuted at #9 on the Billboard 200, selling 45,000 copies in its first week. As of September 26, 2007, it has sold 188,670 copies in the U.S.
Disembody - The New Flesh
Disembody: The New Flesh is the second full-length album by American groove metal band Skinlab. The album was recorded in El Paso, Texas at the Village Studios and was produced by Andy Sneap. The album was released Feb. 23, 1999.
The Crusade (Special Edition)
The Crusade is the third studio album by heavy metal band Trivium. Released on October 10, 2006 through Roadrunner Records. The album is very different from the band's metalcore album Ascendancy. The Crusade instead is a thrash metal album. Screaming is done very rarely on The Crusade, unlike Ascendancy.
The Crusade peaked at number 7 and was certified silver in for sales in excess of 60,000 copies in the United Kingdom. In the United States, the album debuted at No. 25 on the Billboard 200 albums chart on its release, selling 31,000 copies in the US in its first week. It has sold over 100,000 copies in the United States.
Scars (Expanded Edition)
Scars is the second studio album by the Chicago-based hard rock band Soil. The album was released on September 11, 2001, via J Records. Although the band's second album, it was their first major label release and proved to be their most commercially successful. Its popular single, "Halo", effectively launched the band into mainstream exposure. Scars was the first rock album released through J Records.
rEVOLVEr (Deluxe Edition)
Revolver is the fourth studio album by the Haunted. It was released on 18 October 2004.
After having been absent for the previous two studio albums, Peter Dolving was once again back in the band and provided the vocals for rEVOLVEr. He would remain with the band until he left once again in 2012.
As the title on the album indicates with its stylized typography, the band made a conscious decision to tweak its songwriting on this album. As a result, rEVOLVEr contains some elements that were absent on previous The Haunted albums. Although the album still contains examples of the band's familiar thrash metal sound, it features considerably more mid-paced riffing than in any of their previous albums. Two of the tracks even have ballad elements interspersed in them.
Also notable is that rEVOLVEr has quite a few instances of clean singing in it, although the vast majority of the vocal tracking was still done in The Haunted's traditional hardcore/metalcore style of screaming.
A limited edition digipak of this CD contained two bonus tracks, and different artwork.
A music video was made for "No Compromise" which featured Barney Greenway.
The Link is the second album released by the French metal band Gojira. A re-mastered edition of the album was released in 2005 by the band's former label, Listenable Records. The track "Indians" was released as a single.
In late September 2012, Listenable Records released the album in vinyl format. A strictly limited edition of 250 copies, available in two colors – black and red.
Stabbing the Drama
Stabbing the Drama is the sixth full-length studio album released by Swedish heavy metal band Soilwork. The record was released on February 28, 2005 via Nuclear Blast label.
For a time this was the last to feature long-time guitarist Peter Wichers, who left the band after the subsequent tour until rejoining in 2008.
Style-wise, this could be considered a more diverse album than the previous record, Figure Number Five, taking elements of the past and present, and potential future. Most of the songwriting is done by guitarist Peter Wichers, and the central musical theme contains a simpler sound than heard on prior albums, with a reduction of harmonic guitar leads and a more metalcore-centric approach, such as usage of stop-start rhythm guitar work and breakdowns. This is also the first album to feature new drummer Dirk Verbeuren, who brings a more technical approach to the band's drumming compared to the previous two albums.
Some pressings of the CD have the times for tracks three and four reversed, with parts of track three still at the start of track four.
Get Some is the debut studio album of the American nu metal band Snot. Released on May 27, 1997, it is the only album that features its original vocalist, Lynn Strait, who was killed in a car accident on December 11, 1998 when a truck struck his car, killing him and his dog, Dobbs, who appears on the album cover.
A remixed version of "The Box" was released as a single.
Pighammer is the only solo album by Wayne Static released on October 4, 2011 through Dirthouse Records and his final album before his death. It debuted at number 97 on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 4,700.
Korn III: Remember Who You Are (Special Edition)
Korn III: Remember Who You Are is the ninth studio album by the American nu metal band Korn, released on July 13, 2010. This is Korn's second album recorded as a quartet since their 2005 album See You on the Other Side. Vocalist Jonathan Davis stated that the album is "simple" due to the absence of the multi-layered effects present in the band's other albums; Davis added that the album is "about the vibe." The album features a return to their roots. It is their first album since Life is Peachy to be produced by Ross Robinson, as well as their first to feature drummer Ray Luzier, who was previously a fill-in member.
Walk Through Exits Only
Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals
Walk Through Exits Only is the debut solo album by former Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo. It was released in July 16, 2013 under Anselmo's own label, Housecore Records. This album has been compared to Pantera's 1996 album The Great Southern Trendkill due to Anselmo's extreme vocals and very heavy guitar riffs.
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.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
1919 Eternal is the third studio album by the heavy metal band Black Label Society. It was released on March 5, 2002 and was written for Zakk Wylde's father.
Vendetta is the fourth album by the metalcore band Throwdown. This album marks the group's initial shift from hardcore punk to metal. "Burn," was the album's lead single.
The Gathering (Remastered)
The Gathering is the eighth studio album by American thrash metal band Testament, released on June 28, 1999. It was the first release the band had done with Spitfire Records.
Co-produced by band members, Chuck Billy and Eric Peterson, this was the first album featuring new musicians Steve DiGiorgio on bass guitar and Dave Lombardo on drums. Billy, Peterson and Lombardo, along with longtime Testament collaborator Del James, are also given composer credits on the album.
The Audio Injection Soul
The Audio Injected Soul is the second album by Danish industrial metal band Mnemic, and it’s the last album to feature original singer, Michael Bøgballe. It has gone on to sell almost 35,000 copies in North America.
This is the last album to feature former singer Michael Bøgballe who left the band exactly one year after the release of the album.
Bitterness the Star
Bitterness the Star is the first studio album and debut major label album by the Alaskan band 36 Crazyfists. It was released on April 2, 2002 through Roadrunner Records, and was produced by Eddie Wohl. "Slit Wrist Theory" was released as a single and is often censored to "Wrist Theory" on music channels. This is the only 36 Crazyfists album to bear a Parental Advisory sticker.
Singer-songwriter Brock Lindow's has stated that this release is his favorite 36 Crazyfists studio album. In an interview with the music magazine Kerrang! in 2007, he declared, "Bitterness will always remain my favourite album, no matter what".
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