State of Euphoria is the fourth studio album by the American thrash metal band Anthrax. It was released on September 19, 1988 through Megaforce/Island Records. State of Euphoria was produced by Anthrax and Mark Dodson, with Alex Perialas engineering. Guitarist Scott Ian has been quoted as saying that the band hired Dodson to produce this album because of his work with Judas Priest and Metal Church
Arcuation - Eraserhead's Neighbors "Now It's Dark: David Lynch Tribute" is an album made by Russian experimental sound artists dedicated to the famous film director and musician David Lynch, and produced by the kultFRONT label with the support of Zhelezobeton Distribution Division. Limited to 100 copies. Includes unlimited streaming of Now It's Dark: David Lynch Tribute via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.
Slayer’s debut album, Show No Mercy, released in 1983, just five months after Metallica’s Kill ’Em All, placed them at the vanguard of a new movement that was to revolutionise metal music: thrash. Slayer lined up alongside Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax in the so-called Big Four of thrash metal. And in 1986, having been signed to pioneering hip-hop label Def Jam, Slayer eclipsed their peers with the greatest of all thrash albums: Reign In Blood
While it's going to be a stacked affair and is sure to be an exciting last ride for the band, it's still an unbelievably sad loss for the heavy metal community. Since 1981, the group has stayed quintessentially Slayer, never going full hog into trends or lame attempts to get on the radio. Instead, they've built a new vocabulary of thrash metal for fans to latch onto, and to help show how evil yet fun heavy metal can be. We looked back at their entire discography and picked the best song from each of their twelve studio albums.
This Slayer discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Slayer albums can be found at the top of the list. No singles, EPs, or compilations.
It seems impossible, but at the beginning of 2018, Slayer announced they would be embarking on their farewell tour. They had released what now appears to be their final studio album, Repentless, in 2015, after a tumultuous period that saw not only the second departure of their founding drummer, Dave Lombardo, but also the tragic passing of their founding guitarist and central songwriting figure, Jeff Hanneman
Slicin' demons with my blade Slidin' on low cost airline Flaming lakes, here's my roleplay In this fortress, call me king Chaos blade my best teammate Stole my life but gave me strength If you are hollow, stay your place Don't come to me, I'll give ya fate Hundreds souls over my face Dark creepy balls around my head.
Listen free to DMX – It's Dark And Hell Is Hot (Intro, Ruff Ryders' Anthem and more). It's Dark and Hell Is Hot is the debut album of rapper DMX, released May 19, 1998 on Def Jam subsidiary Ruff Ryders Records. The album featured four singles with music videos, "Get at Me Dog", "Stop Being Greedy", "How's It Goin' Down" and the "Ruff Ryders Anthem". The album is widely considered a hip hop classic by numerous hip hop fans and critics, mainly due to its revitalization of the hardcore rap mainstream scene, after.
After an extensive amount of promotional work and single releases such as "Drifting" ft. Tory Lanez and Chris Brown, G-Eazy has finally dropped off his sophomore album. When It’s Dark Out is a 17 track journey of an album that’s sure to reach the top of the charts across the globe. The album has G straying away from the light-hearted, braggadocio filled style we saw on These Things Happen and displays a far darker, more serious side. By far and away, G-Eazy’s most haunting song is Everything Will Be OK ft. Kehlani.