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Top 5 records released by Revelation Records

Posted by on January 31, 2019

This coming March, Youth of Today featuring their We’re Not in This Alone lineup, plays a one-off show at the Brooklyn Bazaar. While Youth of Today had many iterations, all lineups are truly considered classic. The impact of bands like Youth of Today and other acts on Huntington Beach’s Revelation Records still resonates decades after […]

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Metal Insider counts down the Top 5 King Diamond records of all time

Posted by on January 31, 2019

  With the recent release of King Diamond’s Live DVD, Songs For the Dead Live (read our review), we thought it was an appropriate time to revisit some of King Diamond’s most celebrated work in his vast catalog. Though all of King’s 12 studio records are classic, we comprised this Top 5 list of what we think are […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Nu Metal bands we forgot about

Posted by on May 22, 2018

Nu metal exploded back in the mid-late nineties when bands such as KoRn and Slipknot formed. Many of us are guilty of owning Limp Bizkit’s debut album 1997’s Three Dollar Bill, Y’all$ as well as singing along to their cover of “Faith.” While we can laugh at many styles that formed within this sub genre, […]

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Brothers in metal: Max and Iggor Cavalera pick their favorite bands of brothers

Posted by on November 3, 2017

In just two weeks, Cavalera Conspiracy will be releasing their fourth studio album, Psychosis, marking the band’s tenth year as a project. Of course Max Cavalera and his brother Iggor may be best known for Sepultura, the band they formed as teenagers back in 1984. With the release of Psychosis imminent, we thought it’d be fun to […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Paul O’Neill’s best Savatage/Trans-Siberian Orchestra tracks

Posted by on April 17, 2017

The very idea of a rock opera was a bit antiquated when Paul O’Neill helped take the reins of a Florida metal band named Savatage in 1987. Long gone were the days when kids flocked to record stores to pick up The Who’s Tommy or Pink Floyd’s The Wall, but this was the stuff upon […]

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