Bruce Dickinson’s 1997 Metal album ‘Accident of Birth’ is a notable highlight in a career replete with highlights.
Judas Priest’s 1980 album ‘British Steel’ stands a glorious monument to the Metal Gods.
Proving that Metal has no age limits, QUARTZ has unleashed a brutal beast in 2022 album ‘On the Edge of No Tomorrow’.
Stalwarts Wolfsbane are back with one of the best albums of 2022, ‘Genius’. A good enough reason to never give up on Rock.
Thin Lizzy’s 1983 album ‘Thunder and Lightning’ is reckoning ball of Rock and Metal, that proved a solid, if tragic, final act.
Spirits of Fire’s 2019 s/t debut ‘Spirits of Fire’ is a solid album of old-school Heavy Metal.
Judas Priest’s 2018 album ‘Firepower’ captures both the majesty and the mediocrity of their 1980s anthem fueled glory.
Escaping the boundaries of Metal puts Black Sabbath’s 1973 unholy masterpiece ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’ into a class of its own.
Nightmare’s 2016 album ‘Dead Sun’ is killer, unadulterated Heavy Metal to its core.