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Battle Cry is the sixth live album released by Judas Priest on 25 March 2016. It was recorded at the Wacken Open Air festival on 1 August 2015 during their Redeemer of Souls Tour. The album was released as both a stand-alone title and a bundled package containing the DVD version.
Lemmy, Slim Jim, & Danny B
Lemmy / Slim Jim / Danny B
Aftershock - The Island Years 1985 - 1990
The End (Live)
The Book of Souls: The Live Chapter
The Book of Souls: Live Chapter is a live album and video by Iron Maiden, recorded throughout their 2016–2017 The Book of Souls World Tour. Released on 17 November 2017, the album was produced by Tony Newton, with Steve Harris serving as co-producer. This makes it the band's first live album since 2002's Beast over Hammersmith not to be produced by Kevin Shirley.
On 11 November, the video was streamed on YouTube. It is also available for digital purchase alongside its audio counterpart, with no physical edition announced.
Battering Ram is the twenty-first studio album by British heavy metal band Saxon, which was released on 16 October 2015.
Metal Meltdown (Live)
Restless & Live
Restless and Live, formally titled Restless and Live, is a double live album and concert film by Accept and was released January 13, 2017. The concert was recorded at the Bang Your Head!!! 2015 festival in Balingen, Germany. The album was released in multiple formats, including a 2-CD digipack, a 4-LP release, and a DVD and Blu-Ray version of the concert film was released both separately and along with the 2-CD version of the album.
It is the first live album to feature lead singer Mark Tornillo who joined the band in 2009 and features songs from their entire catalog and also marks the debut of guitarist Uwe Lulis and drummer Christopher Williams.
Walk the Walk . . . Talk the Talk
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons
Live In London:Hammersmith Apollo 1993
Live in London, Hammersmith Apollo 1993 is a concert film by the then newly reformed Dio band on the last night of their European tour in support of the Strange Highways album. The concert was recorded at Hammersmith Apollo in London, England on December 12, 1993. The film was released on CD, DVD and Blu-ray in 2014 by Eagle Rock Entertainment.
The band's performers included Ronnie James Dio, Vinny Appice, Jeff Pilson and Tracy G. In addition to tracks from the "Strange Highways" album, the concert featured other Dio classic songs and some from Ronnie's career with Black Sabbath and Rainbow.
Heaven or Hell
Heaven Or Hell
The Early Iron Maiden Songbook
Thrash Metal Hits
Double Live Assassins
Warheads On Foreheads
We Are the Ones (feat. Lemmy Kilmister)
Our Finest Hour
Crucible is an album by the heavy metal band Halford released in 2002. A remixed and remastered edition was released in 2010. In contrast with the retrospective approach of the previous Halford album, Resurrection, Crucible was an intentional effort to depart from the traditional metal themes. The album has been described as "hard[er], darker, and more moody than Resurrection".
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Market Square Arena, Indianapolis IN 24th November 1988
Pounding the Pavement
Pounding the Pavement is the seventeenth studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Anvil. It was released on January 19, 2018, through Steamhammer.
No More Mr Nice Guy - Live at Alexandra Palace
Alive: The Millennium Concert
Alive! The Millennium Concert is a live album by the American hard rock band Kiss. It was released on November 21, 2006 as part of the Kiss Alive! 1975–2000 box set.
Scream for Me Sarajevo (Music from the Motion Picture)
Skeletons is the tenth studio album by the American heavy metal band Danzig, released on November 27, 2015 and consisting entirely of cover versions of songs from the 1960s through 1980s, selected by singer Glenn Danzig.
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Towston State College 16th October 1979
Believe is the tenth studio album by British heavy metal band, Girlschool, released on Communiqué Records in 2004. It was the first album entirely played by the formation with new lead guitarist Jackie Chambers. It was re-released in 2008 in a limited edition, including the DVD Around the World, with footage from concerts and tours of 2004 and 2005. This limited edition was self-produced and sold through their official website and at concerts.
Ten Years of Pussy
The Roots of Guns ‘n Roses
This is a historic release, the first official appearance of recordings by Hollywood Rose, the band that would later mutate into Guns N' Roses. These were cut in 1984, when the band was led by Axl Rose and guitarists Izzy Stradlin and Chris Weber, with Johnny Kreis on drums, and these are the recordings that initially got Hollywood Rose playing the L.A. club circuit; Tracii Guns, the guitarist who later split to form L.A. Guns, would come along later, along with bassist Duff McKagan and drummer Steven Adler. Hearing this original five-song demo, it's easy to see why Vicky Hamilton, the group's first manager, took them under her wing -- they were harder, tougher, rawer, and meaner than any of the metal coming out of Los Angeles during 1984. Not that the music was fully formed: apart from "Anything Goes" and "Reckless Life," both of which appeared on GNR releases, the songwriting was embryonic, and the music, particularly the guitar playing, fell prey to a few '80s metallic conventions and lacked the recklessness that Slash brought to the band. Still, these are urgent, fiery, utterly committed performances that have dated very little since their recording; it's metal played with the hunger and vigor of punk, something that later made Guns N' Roses stars, but made them outcasts in 1984, and it's a thrill to hear this original demo at long last. And that's a thrill that can't be diluted even though the CD itself is padded out with two different remixes, one by latter-day Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke and one by Cinderella drummer Fred Coury. Although it's hard not to smirk in admiration at Clarke bringing Tracii Guns in for posthumous guitar overdubs on two songs, these remixes are superfluous -- way too bright, punchy, and modern for music that sounded as raw and twitchy as an exposed nerve in its threadbare demo version. Even with this filler, The Roots of Guns N' Roses is essential listening for any fan of hard rock or heavy metal -- not only is it an important piece of history, it's as raw and reckless, as live like a suicide as anything the Gunners cut or will ever cut again. [Cleopatra issued a Deluxe Edition of the album in 2008.]
Soundtrack To The Apocalypse (Deluxe Version)
British Lion is the debut solo album from Steve Harris, best known as the bassist and primary songwriter for the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The album was announced on 18 July 2012 and released on 24 September.
Don't Believe in Love
Live at the IndigO2
Metal All Stars
Bon Scott with The Spektors and the Valentines
Black Sabbath Japanese Version
Diamond Cuts: The B-Sides
Numbers From The Beast: An All-Star Tribute To Iron Maiden
Legendary FM Broadcasts - The Ritz NYC 2nd February 1988
Guns N' Roses
Shovel Headed Tour Machine [Live At Wacken And Other Assorted Atrocities]
Shovel Headed Tour Machine: Live At Wacken & Other Assorted Atrocities is a live DVD album by American thrash metal band Exodus. It was recorded at Exodus's 2 August 2008 performance at the Wacken Open Air Festival in Germany. The set contains 3 discs, the first disc containing the live Wacken performance, disc 2 being the audio CD of the concert, and disc three being a documentary of the band in the last 5 years of their career, including the recording of Shovel Headed Kill Machine and The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A.
Live In Munich 1977
21st Century Rock
Head Job is the first solo album by former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd, released on 29 August 2014. Rudd, who lives in New Zealand, recorded the album with two local musicians whom he had known for 25 years: guitarist Geoffrey Martin and bass guitarist and vocalist Allan Badger. Having worked on solo material since the 1980s between his two stints as drummer with AC/DC, Rudd recorded the final version of the album with his band in Auckland in 2014. The first single from the album, "Repo Man", was released in July 2014. A music video for the song "Head Job" was released in November 2016.
World Gone Mad
World Gone Mad is the twelfth studio album by the American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released on September 30, 2016. It is the band's first studio album to feature Dave Lombardo on drums, Ra Díaz on bass, and Jeff Pogan on rhythm guitar. Vocalist Mike Muir had stated that World Gone Mad could have been Suicidal Tendencies' final studio album, although he later retracted that statement.
Shock Tactics (Bonus Track Edition)
Shock Tactics is the third studio album by British heavy metal band Samson, released in 1981. It was singer Bruce Dickinson's last one with the band before joining Iron Maiden.
Rats & Rumours
Believe in Me
Believe in Me is Duff McKagan's first solo album, released on September 28, 1993. At its peak, the album reached #137 on the Billboard 200 and is believed to have sold about 100,000 copies worldwide.
Live - Back to the Roots
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