All tagged Classic Albums
Metallica’s best-selling album is also the turning point in their career, ushering an era of heavy criticism and doubt
When Dimmu Borgir was at the height of their powers, they experimented a lot, but they never lost sight of what exactly they were trying to do.
While ...And Justice for All is universally praised, people like to argue on what place it does actually have in Metallica's legacy.
Where I try to answer the quintessential question: why do people love this goddamn record so much? What makes it so special?
The Metallica retrospective continues and we're getting to the important stuff. Analyzing the powerful legacy of their sophomore effort, Ride the Lightning.
First stop of the Great Metallica Retrospective: the album that started it all, thrash metal classic Kill 'Em All.
Everyone's heard of The Melvins, but few have ever actually listened to them. Today, you guys are losing your Melvins cherry by listening to their seminal album Houdini.
If you want to better understand black metal, you need to listen and understand the circumstances that created Mayhem's memorabledebut EP Deathcrush.
Where I finally review (listen to) Guns N' Roses' final album Chinese Democracy and reveal it to whoever has been ignoring it for as long as I did.
Linkin Park are apparently still alive and making music, so in preparation for the new album of schlock rock legends, I decided to review their classic Meteora.
Today's classic album review is The Fragile, by Nine Inch Nails. A record that everyone loves and I try to break the many reasons why.